Will Lamb, a North Carolina Teaching Fellow, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Romance Languages, specifically in Spanish, from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently a principal resident at Merrick-Moore Elementary School in Durham Public Schools, working with Principal Matt Hunt. Previously, he taught third grade and Spanish at Club Boulevard Humanities Magnet School, where he was a grade level chair, a member of the Instructional Leadership Team, and chair of the School Improvement Leadership Team. He founded and coordinated a Friday Clubs program for Club Blvd. Will also served as a mentor teacher for the Duke University Program in Education. Will can be reached at email@example.com.
WILL IS A FELLOW IN THE NCSU COHORT
The NCSU Cohort is a Master of School Administration program modeled after NC State’s award-winning and nationally-recognized, Northeast Leadership Academy. A grant from the state of NC through the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development (NCASLD) funds the new NCSU Cohort, including full scholarships for the NCSU Cohort’s Fellows. Once they complete the program, NCSU Cohort Fellows will earn a NC school principal license and a Master of School Administration degree. To learn more about the NCSU Cohort, visit the the program's website by clicking on the button.