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Welcome to LAPCS’ 10th Anniversary Celebration at the Louisiana Charter Schools Conference! Use this site to browse our sessions, speakers, and make your own schedule. Questions? Email us at info@lacharterschools.org
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Thursday, December 14 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Strategic Leadership: How Boards & School Leaders Share the Responsibility

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Leadership is a shared responsibility between the school CEO and the board. The long-term success and sustainability of our schools depend on leadership being developed at both the board and executive levels. But how to do it? How to create a balance between the CEO and the board? Who leads when? These are questions that every organization must ask. Join as we explore these questions and more. The board and the school CEO each have unique contributions to make to a school’s success. We will consider how to tap the full potential of each.

Speakers
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Lucy Castillo

Chief Governance and Equity Officer, Charter Board Partners
Lucy Castillo was born and raised in Jersey City, NJ. After graduating from Seton Hall University, Lucy joined Teach for America and taught fourth and fifth grades in New York City. Lucy was active on several school and district committees while a teacher and pioneered an after-school math camp and coached the cheerleading team. Lucy has held leadership positions with a number of exceptional institutions, including the New York State Education Department, Teach for... Read More →
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Carrie Irvin

CEO & Co-Founder, Charter Board Partners
CEO and Co-Founder Carrie Chimerine Irvin has an extensive background in education policy and school reform, focusing on preK-12 education for economically disadvantaged students and communities. In 2013, Carrie delivered a TEDx talk about Charter Board Partners' innovative work to improve the quality of public education. In addition, CBP's work has been featured in Education Week, Education Next, The Washington Post, and NPR. Previously, Carrie was a consultant for Education Resource Strategies, a nonprofit that works with urban districts to help them redirect resources to improve student achievement; held a leadership position at New American Schools; held positions as a policy researcher and analyst at Policy Studies Associates, and taught eighth grade at the American School in Japan. Carrie is a Pahara-Aspen Institute Education Fellow, a prestigious and selective program designed to "strengthen and sustain diverse, high potential leaders who are reimagining public... Read More →