Ed.D., Human and Organizational Development, George Washington University
M.S., Educational Administration and Supervision, Morgan State University
B. S., Business Education, Morgan State University
Areas of Expertise
Professional development organizational development, Curriculum development and design,
Leadership training, and Executive coaching
Dr. Conley served as associate professor and founding chair of Teacher Education Programs
in the Graduate School at University of Maryland University College from September
2000 to July 2005. Prior to her university appointment, the Baltimore City Public
School System employed Dr. Conley for 29 years. In addition to spending ten years
as a classroom teacher, she served as the Assistant Superintendent for Professional
Development, Organizational Development, and Attitudinal Reform; Director of Policy
Development and Leadership Support; and Director of Human Resources. Dr. Conley earned
her B.S. and M.S. at Morgan State University, and her doctorate in education at The
George Washington University in Washington D.C. She is the author of several publications
to include Alternative Schools: A Reference Handbook published by ABC-CLIO Publishing Company in Santa Barbara, CA.
Hirsh, S., & Crow, T. (2017). Becoming a learning team: A guide to a teacher-led cycle of continuous improvement. Oxford, OH: Learning Forward.
Alternative Schools: A Reference Handbook published by ABC-CLIO Publishing Company in Santa Barbara, CA.
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