Facebook Pixel

Get research-informed strategies to meet your school community's unique needsLearn more >>

Jasmine K. Kullar

Jasmine K. Kullar, EdD, is an assistant superintendent for Cobb County School District, the second-largest school district in Georgia. She has expertise in building professional learning communities, as well as school leadership.

Request availability for Jasmine K. Kullar

Jasmine K. Kullar

Jasmine K. Kullar, EdD, is an assistant superintendent of a large metropolitan school district in Georgia. She is also a faculty member in the College of Professional Studies Educational Leadership Department at Albany State University in Georgia. In addition, she is involved with the Wallace Foundation's University Principal Preparation Initiative (UPPI) and a member of the national UPPI Professional Learning Community focused on redesigning university educational leadership preparation programs.

Prior to these roles, she was a middle school principal for seven years at two separate schools. With over ten years of school leadership experience, Dr. Kullar has worked at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. She has taught in both Canada and the United States, giving her a variety of experiences in working with schools and school districts. She has expertise in building professional learning communities as well as school leadership.

Her experience with PLCs began in her first year of teaching when she attended a PLC workshop and heard Rick DuFour. Since then, she has been implementing those tenets as a teacher. When she became a school administrator, she led her school to Model PLC status—the first school to receive this designation in the state of Georgia. Her school’s success as a PLC is featured on AllThingsPLC.info, titled “Sample Professional Learning Community Manual.”

She has published articles with ASCD and presented several workshops at both the state and national level. She is a lifelong learner, with her latest certificate from Harvard in Leading School Systems at the national level. She earned her doctorate from Argosy University in Georgia, her master’s from Memorial University of Newfoundland, her teaching certificate from Medaille College in Buffalo, and her undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto.

Maple Leaf Canadian presenter

PLC at Work®

PLC at Work® experts have proven success in leading the PLC at Work process in a school or district. Work with them to implement a focus on learning, build a collaborative culture, and create a results orientation that leads to sustained, substantive school improvement.

Learn more

RTI at Work™

RTI at Work experts focus on learning for all students and will empower you to build your own timely, targeted, and systematic intervention program. Work with them to implement a results-driven program that provides targeted instruction at all tiers of intervention.

Learn more

Wellness Solutions for Educators™️

Certified associates in Wellness Solutions for Educators™️ deliver a research-backed approach to overall teacher well-being that focuses on four key dimensions--physical, mental, social, and emotional—to help you bring your best self to your students and colleagues each day.

Learn more

Presentations by Jasmine K. Kullar

  • A PLC Principal vs. a Traditional Principal
  • Inside Look at Meetings
  • Celebrate and Retain Our Employees! Creating an Effective Recognition Program
  • Critical Conversations with Resistors, Fake Supporters, and the Eternally Crabby
  • Teacher Leadership: The Vehicle to Student Success
  • How to Hire and Retain Great Teachers
  • Women in Leadership

“Can't wait for next session. One of the best presenters and professional developments I've attended!”

April Smith, elementary and intermediate principal/assistant, Gilmer County Charter Schools, Georgia

“The session was outstanding. All of our principals and support staff that attended raved about the session and feel they have tools they can use to establish/redesign their PLC. This training was much needed, and I feel it gives us a better understanding and direction.”

Mickey Weldon, chief academic officer, Tift County School System, Georgia