Adrian Trejo

Managing Director, Teacher Leadership Development

2012
Oklahoma City

As Managing Director of Teacher Leadership Development, Adrian designs the vision, direction, and strategy for coaching corps members to the outcomes outlined in Teach For America’s road map for corps member development.

Adrian started his career in education in 2012, working as a teacher in Oklahoma City, where he taught science to students with disabilities, and subsequently teaching math and English to secondary students. He continued education career in both higher education and school leadership, serving with the University of Oklahoma’s K20, expanding access to postsecondary education for students from low-income communities. As an Assistant Principal at Capitol Hill High School, Adrian spearheaded the school’s efforts to reduce the disproportionate disciplining of students of color and students with disabilities.

Adrian draws energy from supporting teachers and coaches in their growth as educators. Outside of work, Adrian is a gardener and a aquarist and fishkeeper.

Adrian Trejo
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Key Responsibilities
Develops the scope and sequence of coaching for first- and secon-year teachers across Nashville and Chattanooga
Manages and supports the ongoing development of coaches
Manages partnerships with school and certification partners