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Brigitte Marshall

Associate Superintendent

Human Capital

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Human Capital

Background Information

Employment History


Oakland Adult Education


East Bay ROP


CPF Alberta


Alameda County Workforce Investment Board

Director, Oakland Unified School District Adult Education

California Department of Education

Chief Talent Officer

Oakland Unified School District


Board Member
Great Oakland Public Schools Leadership Center

Board Member
Non-Profit Soapbox

Board Member
C.E.O. Women

Board Member



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Brigitte Marshall, Associate Superintendent of Human Capital, gave a quick synopsis of her department's School Showcase, which teachers from the closing schools attended in order to explore their options for new placements. She explained the showcase here.

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Brigitte Marshall, California Department of Education, Sacramento, CA

Brigitte Marshall came to her present position as principal of two schools for adult ESOL students in Oakland, California approximately 12 months ago. The schools are staffed by more than 100 teachers, some with TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) degrees, some trained through the Adult Basic Education system. Some are full-time with contracts and benefits; some are part-timers without contracts or benefits, working at several different sites around the city. She has a background that includes time spent overseas teaching EFL (English as a Foreign Language) in Southeast Asia, and subsequently in charge of ESOL training of adult teachers in California, and more recently as an administrator of ESOL contracts and services within the California Department of Education. As school principal, her goal is to ensure that the students received the best instruction that the teachers could provide in order that the students in her schools met and exceeded state standards, in addition to achieving the personal language goals that brings them to the schools. She has determined that the way to do this is to reduce the perceived inequity between the working conditions and training of the staff. Her innovative program model has Structural and Affective components.
Under the structural component of her approach, she follows a model she has created - "Mandate, Model, Support, Commend". Using this model, she has introduced weekly meetings to develop a collective focus on professionalism. A typical agenda might headline a mandate that each class needs a course outline, for example. She follows the mandate with a model of how it needs to be done. Supporting and commending activities follow with the sharing and showcasing teacher-developed course outlines
Under the affective component, she invites all teachers to attend the weekly meetings and participate because she wants to create a learning organization characterized by professionalism. Special teacher workrooms are available for peer coaching and mentoring. Teachers' efforts receive acknowledgment, letters of appreciation and photo ops with the students. Although she cannot require the non-contract teachers to attend meetings, if they do come, she makes a point of writing to thank them for attending. She also writes to the ones who do not attend telling them the topic for the next meeting and expressing the hope that they might be able to attend some part of the meeting while acknowledging their time constraints. She wants every member of the staff to know that their principal notes and appreciates them on an individual basis.

Leadership Journeys | Education Pioneers [cached]

In last week's Q and A, Brigitte Marshall, Chief Talent Officer for Oakland Unified School District, raved about EP talent in general and Alumna Lisa Ahn (Graduate School Fellow, 2012) in particular.

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Brigitte Marshall

Brigitte Marshall Chief Talent Officer

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"We're tremendously excited to partner with OEA and extend the positive results of TGDS to all of our schools, so more teachers receive consistent, reliable feedback that empowers them to enhance their practice in service of students," OUSD Chief Talent Officer Brigitte Marshall said.

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