Profile: Sheryl Croft
Dr. Croft is a thirty-five K-12 veteran who has served on all levels from classroom teacher to area assistant superintendent. Her areas of interest include state policy and implementation of school reform, historical African American leadership paradigms, and P-20 collaborations. She is presently Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Ed.D. Coordinator for the doctoral program in the EDucational Leadership Department at Kennesaw State University. She is also co- director of Teaching In The Urban South (TITUS), a school, community collaborative.