Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement (GLISI) is a leading authority on leadership development and school improvement. As program director, Terri supports incumbent and aspiring education leaders across the state, coaching them through school improvement, change management and talent retention and development. In addition to leading school improvement efforts, Terri recently pioneered research in administrator decision-making processes related to implicit bias while earning a PhD in Educational Leadership from Mercer University. Other achievements include an appointment to Georgia’s State Superintendent Teacher Advisory Board, selection for Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education’s Education Policy Fellowship, nomination for 2008 Teacher of the Year, and recognition as one of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “People on the Move”. She holds membership and committee affiliations with Junior League of Atlanta and Learning Forward and is a graduate of Learning Forward Academy and Learning Forward Georgia’s Executive Leadership Program.
Terri Seay Bryant
Program Director, Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement