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2016 Woodrow Wilson Wisconsin MBA Fellows in Education Leadership

  • Patrick Bader | Seventh Grade Team Facilitator, Science Teacher, Carmen Middle School of Science and
    Technology – Northwest Campus
  • Jennifer Bowers | Mathematics Curriculum Specialist, Parkview School District
  • Katie Brown | Biology, foundations of chemistry, and physics teacher, Whitefish Bay High School
  • Eric Ebert | Political science, economics, and history, Sussex Hamilton High School
  • Joseph Gallagher | Student Support Coordinator and founding school leader, Milwaukee Excellence Charter
    School
  • Mark Grunske | Technology Focused Instructional Coach, Delavan-Darien School District
  • Samantha Haas | Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math,
    Carmen High School of Science and Technology’s South Campus
  • Kiesha Johnnies | Founding Principal, HOPE Christian School: Caritas
  • Alejandra Krolick | Spanish Teacher, Franklin High School
  • William Kujawa | Mathematics teacher and department chair, Brookfield East High School
  • Rebecca (Becky) Owens | School Leadership Coach, Schools That Can Milwaukee
  • Teresa Reilly | Principal, St. Anthony School, upper elementary campus
  • Kristin Rockwell | Academic Seminar Teacher, Baraboo High School
  • Ryan Samz | Principal, HOPE Christian School – Semper
  • Christopher Sover | Biology and AP Biology Teacher, Grade Level Lead, Carmen High School of Science and
    Technology
  • Ben Westphal | Science teacher, department chair, instructional coach, Brookfield East High School

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The Board of Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation has voted unanimously to rename the organization and to remove Woodrow Wilson from its name; a new name will be announced by early fall.

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