Annual Conference 2019

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY AND ANNUAL CONFERENCE on March 14-15, 2019.

Click on the links below for the program, breakout and keynote presentations and sponsor information. We have also included a link to Attendify, which was our conference app used for the first time this year. If you have not singed up for Attendify, please read the instructions HERE.

- 2019 AC Program

- 2019 Conference Presentations

Thursday Morning Keynote and Breakout Presentations:

- Leveraging Our Contagious Creativity: Paths to Imagination, Risk-taking, and Change - Dr. Pam Moran, Executive Director, VaSCL

- WELV Ambassadors and Affiliates - Ms.Regina Turner, Director of Instruction, Greensville County, Dr. Sarah Tanner-Anderson, Assistant Professor, Longwood University, Ms. Jennifer Cavanaugh, Assistant Principal, Loudoun County, Dr. Marci Catlett, Deputy Superintendent, Fredericksburg City

- Lessons from the Field with WELV New Superintendents - Dr. Kim Evans, Superintendent, Greensville County

- Authentic Leader or Hustler: Creating Thriving Women Leaders with A Focus on Wellbeing and Strengths - Ms.Kelly Peaks Horner, Founder & Thought Leader

- Coaching for Productive Struggle for Students - Ms. Linda Humphries and Ms. Jennifer Tyndall, Instructional Coaches, Charlottesville City Schools

- Commit to Be Fit: A Three-Pronged Approach to Creating a Culture of Wellness - Dr. Shannon Grimsley, Superintendent, Rappahannock County Public Schools, Ms. Jackie Tederick, Wellness Integration Coordinator, Rappahannock County Public Schools

- Get Googly! - Ms. Angela A. Thiemann, Alternative Education Coordinator, Louisa County Public Schools

Thursday Afternoon Breakout Presentations:

- Mindsets for Today Dr. Carol Carter, Superintendent, King and Queen County WELV Region 3 Representative, Dr. Kim Evans, Superintendent, Greensville County, WELV President-Elect, Dr. Elaine Fogliani, WELV Executive Director

- What Aspiring Superintendents and Others Need to Know about Budget & Finance. Ms. Leigh Burden, Assistant Superintendent, Fairfax County

- Empowering Teachers for Success: Strategies for Recruiting and Supporting African American Teachers, Dr. Tamara W. Dias, Executive Director, African
American Teaching Fellows

- Multiplied Mentorship: A Progression of Leadership Development, Dr. Jeannine Perry, Dean of Graduate Studies, Longwood University, Dr. Sarah Tanner-Anderson, Assistant Professor and Program Director of Educational Leadership, Longwood University

- Strategic Planning to Move to a Personalized Learning Model - Ms. D. Jill Becker, Director of Special and Gifted Education, Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice. Ms. Deanna Williams, Director of Post-Secondary Programs, Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice

- Teachers on Target: Making Learning Targets Meaningful and Not Just for Walkthroughs - Ms. Sarah Ross and Ms. Aja Wood, Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers, Charlottesville City Schools

- 2019 Conference Sponsors

- 2019 Photo Gallery