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The Leadership Identity Journey: An Artful Reflection


reviewed by Karen Sanzo - October 22, 2015

coverTitle: The Leadership Identity Journey: An Artful Reflection
Author(s): Carol A. Mullen, Fenwick W. English, William A. Kealy
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham
ISBN: 1475808585, Pages: 152, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 22, 2015
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18192, Date Accessed: 9/18/2019 4:42:54 PM

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  • Karen Sanzo
    Old Dominion University
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    KAREN SANZO is currently an Associate Professor in the Darden College of Education at Old Dominion University. Dr. Sanzo is also the Director of the School Leadership Preparation and Development Network (SLPDN). The SLPDN was originally funded by the US Department of Education (USDE) to facilitate the sharing of innovative practices developed across grant-funded school leadership programs. The network continues to facilitate best practices in leadership development and training through sharing of research, practical experience, and innovative preparation models. Under Dr. Sanzo’s direction the SLPDN has grown to include leadership preparation and development programs beyond the USDE funded projects and includes professional learning opportunities. The network now extends its influence on school leader preparation nationally through a webinar series and an annual national conference. Dr. Sanzo also coordinates all school leadership licensure degree programs in the Darden College of Education at Old Dominion University. As Coordinator she has lead the redesign of the PK-12 school licensure programs, developed numerous district-university partnerships, and has expanded ODU’s reach in leadership development across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Prior to her work at Old Dominion, Dr. Sanzo served as a middle school mathematics teacher and an elementary school administrator in Virginia. She has also served as Principal Investigator for several national and state-level grants around the areas of school leadership, formative assessment, and STEM education. She currently serves as a consultant for several educational organizations around leadership development initiatives and the integration of effective formative assessment leadership and instructional practices in schools. Dr. Sanzo has twenty-six manuscripts published in peer-reviewed journals, three books published (Successful School Leadership Preparation and Development, From Policy to Practice: Sustainable Innovations in School Leadership Preparation and Development, and Formative Assessment Leadership) and two books scheduled for publication in 2015 (Strategies for Developing and Supporting School Leaders: Stepping Stones to Great Leadership and Leading Small and Mid-Sized Urban School Districts). The majority of Dr. Sanzo’s research and publications focus on effective school leadership preparation and development practices.
 
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