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Andrea serves as Director of the Doctoral Program and Masters Program in Educational Leadership and is an associate professor. She's taught, written, and consulted in school law and politics, conflict resolution, professional learning communities, data-informed decisions, internally-referenced leadership, feminist leadership, emotionally intelligent leadership, and other topics. Andrea is a member of the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Dean’s Leadership Council. She is a speaker and member at the International Society for Educational Planning. As a global leadership expert, Andrea is a trusted advisor to organizations worldwide, providing guidance on leadership development and strategic planning. Her extensive cross-cultural experience further enhances her ability to assist executives and organizations in diverse contexts. Andrea's latest book, Kicking Ass in a Corset: Jane Austen's Six Principles for Living and Leading from the Inside Out, was published by University of Iowa Press in 2021.
Research InterestsSchool law, politics of education, communication and consensus building, conflict resolution, professional learning communities, data-informed decision making, internally-referenced leadership, feminist leadership, emotionally intelligent leadership