Carrie’s commitment to transformational adult learning has enabled her to lead the growth of Mills Teacher Scholars from its original single group of 18 teacher scholars to its current 23 groups across the East Bay serving more than 480 principals, coaches, and classroom teachers. She guides the development of vision and strategy for the organization as she works with Mills Teacher Scholars’ partners to better understand how to influence the design of teacher learning on a broad scale. She spearheads the organization’s fundraising efforts and develops new partnerships and programs to further Mills Teacher Scholars’ mission. Previously, Carrie taught English and English Language Development at San Leandro High School where she developed and led teacher professional learning opportunities in literacy and language acquisition. In addition to being a literacy instructor in both elementary and junior high, she has written English Language Arts curriculum for national distribution. She received her B.A. in English from Emory University and her M.A. in Education from Mills College.