Teach For America South Louisiana's new Director of School and District Partnerships will lead onboarding efforts and develop a strategy to strengthen collaboration between TFA and district and charter school partners.
Baton Rouge, La. - Teach For America South Louisiana is proud to welcome Kyndra Butler, Ph.D. as the region's new Director of School and District Partnerships. Butler will be responsible for developing a strategy that fosters stronger collaboration between Teach For America and our traditional district and public charter school partners. She will also lead onboarding efforts that welcome incoming corps members to the South Louisiana region.
Butler is a graduate of both Southern University and A&M College and Jackson State University where she earned her Ph.D. in Education Leadership and Administration. Previously, Butler worked as a classroom educator for 15 years and joins the South Louisiana team from River Parishes Community College (RPCC). While at RPCC, Butler led education programs and initiatives as the Director of Adult Education.
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