1 JAN HAVEN District Leader De experience and expertise in the managerial, political, and instructional realms. A highly effective and livering results due to an intense focus on educational equity, student achievement , and instructional collaborative organizational leader with uous improvement leadership clos es all opportunity gaps. . Committed that to contin dedicated to improving best practices and directing school improvement processes through leader Educational critical initiatives and pioneering programs mission years . Strength in draft ing and implement ing district - for 21 teachers and principals to ensure professional growth and development plans to build systems of support for Solid command advance student of academic business management ; driven to achieve excellence, . development and promote the district’s mission, philosophy , and achievement , vision. Core Competencies Professional Highlights: • Instructional Leadership Assisted in developing and leading the Wisconsin Educator • Operational Leadership • 424 districts in headed ; Effectiveness System at the state level Educator Effectiveness • s implementing the in Wisconsin aimed at professionally ystem Academic Business Management • developing . teachers and principals • Strategic Planning chief implemented the state initiative at the local level; • Led • Project Management Educator Effectiveness System at the largest Wisconsin urban Staff Development • Milwaukee Public Schools. school district , • Organizational Planning Awarded Distinguished Alumni for Leadership and Service in • • Budgeting/Fiscal Projections . Univers Education, Green Bay (2012) – ity of Wisconsin 2003) • ed Distinguished Teacher of the Year, Greater Green Bay Area (2002 – Award . CAREER NARRATIVE M ILWAUKEE P UBLIC S CHOOLS (MPS) , Milwaukee , WI 2013 – Present [ Founded in 1846 , largest public school district in Wisconsin serving 78,359 students; 8,750 staff ] Central Region (November 2018 – Present) Director, Instructional Leadership – Leadership: District Instructional • Directly support o their role, including building the operational components of 26 principals and supervise operations, budget allocation, elevated constituent concerns, and student discipline in 26 schools with approximately 9,000 students and over 1,100 staff members. board dollar - million - 32 more than a Manage o with school principals and finance team. budget o Support restructuring, development , and execution for equity in the 53206 zip code . o Le a d evaluation and coaching of principals with a focus on instructional leadership through the inquiry . cycle eam Ensure that the Regional Leadership t schools and staffs in the region, utilizing a effectively support s o tiered and case - management approach to address instr uctional and operational needs . Monitor, analyze , and develop action plans on student enrollment, student and staff attendance, o suspensions, curriculum benchmarks and assessment results. d Le a o professional development specifically on educator effectiveness, the school improvement process, data leadership, and - driven and systems thinking . , science Direct the final phase of the GE Developing Futures in Education Grant, work focused on o technology , engineering , and math (STEM) for 11 GE pilot middle schools for increased academic growth 10% on STAR assessment. in math and reading by
2 Jan Haven ■ Page 2 of 5 o instructional Train through the University of Washington, Center for Educational Leadership, on leadership coaching . June 2018 ) ( – Director, Organizational Development and Supports November 2018 Leadership: District Instructional • Milwaukee Public Schools University (MPSU) division , developing training, credit - level o Supervised licensure certification, Assisted in the development of the Urban Teacher Immersion Program for and . nsure, creating a pipeline for employee career laddering and certification and later endorsement for lice to fill positions . hard - - Supervised Instructional Technologies team o infusion of technology - enhanced practices responsible for personalized learning , etc.) . (telepresence to expand Advanced Placement courses, Google, Supervised Educator Effectiveness division responsible for supporting 250 administrators and 4,100 o through a syste for teachers m designed to develop and strengthen teaching and leadership practices increased student outcomes . Led Equity Work Group for academics and curriculum. o Directo (2017 – 2018) r, Instructional Leadership Instructional Leadership: • Directed instruction, suppor ted, coached, and supervised 20 principals o who led schools comprising Zone as well as Montessori and c omprehensive schools. Of the 20 schools, 15 3 schools improved their score s on the state report card : , specifically improved their score up to 5% ▪ 9 out of 15 3 out of 15 improved their score from ▪ 6% to 10% ▪ 3 out of 15 improved their score 11% or more Trained through the University of Washington, Center for Educational Leadership , on instructional o leadership coaching . o collaborative personalized learning professional development to support principal growth through Led . CESA 1 Designed and launch , final phase of the GE Developing Futures in Education Grant focused on science o ed engineering , and math (STEM) for 11 GE pilot middle schools for increased academic growth. technology , Project manager : Objectiv e coordinator for “ Closing the Gap ” of the strategic plan , managing 5 lines - of o - e l eads (Equity, Continuous Improvement, School Transformation, Bilingual Multicultural Education, ffort , and Collective Impact) attaining 98.9% of objective goals. Department of Innovation Director, – 2017) (2016 District Innovative Leadership: • o Led the GE Developing Futures in Education Grant awarded to MPS in 2011 for 20.4 million dollars. ted Sunset – 8 focus on 19 schools and 7,751 students for a successful transition into the second the K phase of grant : college and career readiness . All GE schools (K – 8 ) closed the gap for students with on - target proficiency: early literacy reading (305 more students), math (300 more (185 more students), . students) Assisted in leading and designing systems for the development and execution of 20 College and Career o 14,406 rs in 20 MPS traditional high schools. Current d ata sample: August 2018 to October 10, 2018: Cente total visits, 5,817 individual students served ( 28 FAFSA forms , 298 college applications, and 52 scholarship applications , all submitted ) . o Milwaukee Communit y Schools Partnership, supporting 8 Led administrative portion of principals leading Co mmunity Scho ols. Assisted in designing a collective strategy to transform schools. o Learning - F ocused Supervision c oach t rainer . o Directed execution of Systems Thinking in 9 MPS schools. Designed and implemented first Systems Thinking Institute in Midwest , March 2017.
3 Jan Haven ■ Page 3 of 5 o manager : Objective coordinator for “ Closing the Gap ” of the strategic plan , managing 5 l ines - of - Project l eads e ffort (Equity, Continuous Improvement, School Transformation, Bilingual Multicultural Education, .9% of objective goals. , and Collective Impact) attaining 96 Supervised Instructional Technologies team responsible for infusion of technology - enhanced practices . o egional Director of School Support Services Northwest Region R – 2016) (2015 – District Regional Leadership: • Directly supported 26 principals and supervised the operational components of their role, including o in 26 elevated constituent concerns, and student discipline building operations, budget allocation, schools . Managed a more than 200 - million - dollar budget with school principals and finance team. o Led evaluation and coaching of principals with a focus on instruction, school management, and o ance. compli Ensured t eam effectively supported schools and staffs in the region, that o the Regional Leadership address instructional and operational needs. - utilizing a tiered and case management approach to Supervised day o to - day school safety and promote d effective school climate. - Monitored, analyzed , and developed action plans on student enrollment, student and staff attendance, o benchmarks , and assessment suspensions, curriculum results. o Led professional development specifically on educator effectiveness, leadership, and data - driven and . systems thinking Co - designed district comprehensive attendance plan . o Educator Effectiveness District Coordinator (2013 – 2015) Executed Educator Effectiveness System ( teacher/principal practices and the implementation of the school/student outcomes) from a pilot (12 schools ) to district - wide full implementation (158 schools) . • /District Leadership: Educator Effectiveness System Led Educator Effectiveness team with the dev elopment and delivery of effective professional o the for 5,500 teachers and 500 p incipals/assistant principals on process and outcomes of the r learning Educator Effectiveness System. Establ ished a principal/assistant principal coaching model (Learning - F ocused Supervision) to support o for sustainable c - term change. ontinuous improvement in practice long Facilitated the restructuring between district leadership and the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education o a Association of system of support for the district’s most challenged teachers called the wraparound Professional Educator Effectiveness Resource Program. W D EPARTMENT OF P UBLIC I NSTRUCTION , Madison, WI 2011 – 2013 ISCONSIN Founded in 1848, [ ] a state agency that aims to advance public education and libraries in Wisconsin – Assistant Director Teacher Education, Professional Development and Licensing Team | Education Consultant | I nformation S ystem Business Automation Specialist Promoted twice within eight months; selected to launch the Educator Effectiveness t eam . /Educational Reform : • Educator Effectiveness System Managed 424 school districts in the development, strategic planning , o and implementation of the Wisconsin E ducator E ffectiveness S ystem . o Facilitated development of seamless K – 16 transitio n in the recruitment, training , and ret ention of educators by applying knowledge of federal requirements, state statutes and administrative licensing , codes to teacher performance assessment. • Staff and District Leadership :
4 Jan Haven ■ Page 4 of 5 o , and leadership to local education agencie s and Provided statewide consultancy, technical assistance for educator preparation programs to promote initiatives supporting state and federal requirements highly qualified teachers. converting educator system; contributed to Headed business services for the Educator Licensing Online o licensing from an inefficient manual process to an automated online system for the state. Co - directed the Teacher Performance Assessment program for pre - service teacher candidates. o Supervised and trained 19 staff members on the Teache o r Education Professional Development and on boarding , objectives , and performance d hiring, employee development, Licensing team. Heade - standards; directed execution of agency and division policy initiatives within teams. Educator Licensing: Reviewed teacher and administrator applications ; determined license issuance • eligibility based on federal issuance code and statutory guidelines. H E LEMENTARY S CHOOL , A PPLETON , WI 2008 – 2010 OUDINI , D well - being, individualized instruction ’ and nurturing every child’s natural ability to learn ] [ edicated to students incipal , 660 s tudents (E ARLY C HILD HOOD – 6) Pr • : Led with a determination to enrich the educational development of each student. School Leadership developed 54 professional and 28 support staff. d , supported , and o Supervise mentorship program : Created • for initial educators. Program Development o Equipped educators with the ability to measure and track student performance by guiding them to ask the right questions for proper student evalua t ion and to use data effectively to drive instruction. Employed strategic plan to modify negative behaviors and increase student achievement through o ning - wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports program . school implementing a Fostered atmosphere of excellence by steering enrichment program and increasing community o involvement. Established and executed the School - Wide Informat o : data framework designed to ion System program promote character education in instruction. C L ANE E LEMENTARY S CHOOL , W EST M END , WI 2006 – 2008 B [Dedicated to students’ well - being, individualized instruction , and nurturing every child’s natural ability to learn] Principal, 645 students (K 5 ) – and evaluated 45 professional and 24 support and Leadership: Managed, supported , • Staff Development staff. Shaped a o culture of disconnected teaching philosophies into a collaborative, professional n existing learning community with highly functional staff ; develop ed a climate of shared leadership ; empowered teachers to become strong leaders. o Oversaw operati on and maintenance of school facilities; integrated effective continuous improvement planning cycle, increased dialogue and effective best practices. rces and ideas; created ongoing Instituted school - day collaboration time for educators to share resou o intervention block .
5 Jan Haven ■ Page 5 of 5 LARKE M IDDLE S CHOOL , T WO R IVERS , WI 2004 – 200 6 C L.B. - , and nurturing every child’s natural ability to learn] [Dedicated to students’ well being, individualized instruction Principal 8) – Associate , 600 students (5 • Leadership: Headed student intervention programs (Saturday School, After - School Resource Center) as lead As a ssessment c oordinator , s upervised 52 professional staff and evaluated the performance of administrator. 26 staff members. Change Agent: Boosted student attendance and moral e – and decreased behavior issues – by presenting • , and anecdotal evidence to prove the case to staff that all students can learn. data, attendance th Restructuring: Incorporated 5 grade into • m iddle s chool – district restructuring; spearheaded orientations, school visits , and activit ies for parents, staff members , and incoming students . local elementary school. repercussions of the closing of a o Facilitated community outreach to ease the EARLY CAREER E AST D E P ERE M IDDLE S CHOOL , D E P ERE , WI 1998 – 200 4 [Dedicated to students’ well - , and nurturing every child’s natural ability to learn] being, individualized instruction Science, Math, Reading, Writing – 8) Seventh Grade Teacher, (7 coordinator Budget team member , Strategic Planning member , Teacher Appointments: , School Improvement Wisconsin , District Whole Child Initiative c ommittee m ember . World Staff Member for State of Award: the Greater Green Bay Area (2002 – 2003) Distinguished Teacher of EDUCATION the Advancement of Learning and Service – Doctorate in Leadership for CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY ( Expected March 2019 ) Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership – MARIAN UNIVERSITY Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education cience ) – UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – GREEN BAY (Minor in S LICENSES 03 Superintendent License CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY 51 Principal License ; ; 10 Director of Instruction License 80 Director of Special Education and Pupil Services License MARIAN UNIVERSITY 118 Teaching License , Grades 1 – 8 ; 621 Teaching License , Grades 1 – 9 ; 910 Teaching License , Grades 1 – 9 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – GREEN BAY
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