Brian Greeney, EdD, is the assistant superintendent of innovation, teaching, and learning at Willis ISD in Willis, Texas. His focus is on helping secondary schools use the PLC process to grow their student and teacher efficacy.
Brian Greeney, EdD, is the assistant superintendent of innovation, teaching, and learning at the Willis Independent School District in Willis, Texas. His focus is on helping secondary schools use the PLC process to grow their student and teacher efficacy.
Previously, Dr. Greeney served as the principal at Klein Oak High School from 2013 to 2017, a period in which Klein Oak was designated as a National Model PLC Campus and one of the Principals’ Institute’s Schools Transforming Learning. Dr. Greeney also served as the intermediate head principal at Wunderlich Intermediate School from 2011 to 2013.
Dr. Greeney has received multiple accolades during his time in public education, including designation as an N2Learning Transforming School Leader, C.A.S.E. Equity Champion, Klein ISD Secondary Principal of the Year, Klein ISD Superintendent Initiative Award winner, and one of Klein ISD’s Stars of Tomorrow Outstanding Teachers.
Dr. Greeney earned his bachelor’s degree in government at the University of Texas in Austin, his master’s degree in educational administration from Prairie View A&M, and his doctoral degree in educational leadership from Sam Houston State University. Dr. Greeney also recently attended the Rice Executive Education Program and earned a business fellowship from Rice University.
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