Principal and Founder of Greenwich Leadership Partners LLC (GLP), is a consultant, coach and facilitator to educational and not for profit leadership. Her work integrates more than twenty-five years’ experience in the corporate, educational and not for profit sectors. Stephanie brings a fresh approach to strategic planning, leadership development and change in organizations.
Liz brings diverse experience and a fresh perspective to GLP. An Emmy Award winning producer of ESPN’s highest rated daily sports show, Pardon the Interruption, Liz left the world of sports production in 2012 to pursue her passion for education and public sector work at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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Chan joins GLP as a partner with an established career as an accomplished, recognized, independent school leader. An educator with over thirty-five years’ experience in independent schools, he is widely regarded as one of the most successful independent school headmasters of his generation.
Monie joins GLP as a partner with 35 years of experience in secondary education and non-profit work. She brings extensive, operational “know-how” of independent school models to GLP. Her expertise in strategy and fundraising are grounded in two decades of leadership as a director of advancement, a trustee, a director of strategic planning and a director of college counseling.
Julie keeps the wheels turning at GLP with more than 20 years work experience as both a Reggio Emilia trained early childhood educator and as a financial and human resources administrator. Julie began her career at Kidder, Peabody & Co. where she managed administrative staff and a variety of HR functions. She then worked with two startup companies as the assistant to the CEO through a period of rapid growth.
Director of Field Marketing, Amazon Education
Director of the Education Leadership Academy, HTH Graduate School of Education
Co-founder of High Tech High and President Emeritus of the HTH Graduate School of Education
Change Agent and Organizer, Founder, and Executive Producer of Most Likely to Succeed
Head of School, Pomfret School
Assistant Research Professor at Boston College’s Lynch School of Education and Senior Research Associate at the Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation, and Educational Policy