Lisa M. Reddel
Lisa Reddel has over 28 years of experience in public education as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, district director, and educational consultant. She is currently an executive principal for Region 4, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), Virginia.
Lisa M. Reddel
Lisa Reddel has over 28 years of experience in public education as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, district director, and educational consultant. She is currently an executive principal for Region 4, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS). She has served as an administrator for the past 21 years in both Cherry Creek School District (CCSD), Colorado and FCPS, Virginia. She was nominated for FCPS Outstanding Principal in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Lisa has worked in schools with diverse populations and is committed to providing all students with the access and opportunities they need for academic success. She has a proven track record of increasing student achievements and closing special education achievement gaps in various subjects, as well as increasing access of advanced academic resources in classrooms for all students. Lisa has been a practitioner and advocate for developing successful professional learning communities (PLCs) for over 20 years. She believes that focusing on the effectiveness of professional learning is the leverage point with the greatest potential for strengthening and refining an educator’s daily performance.
Lisa places emphasis on a caring and collaborative culture for students, staff, and families. She has made it a priority to inspire students to build positive relationships with each other, as well as the staff and their community. Lisa has proven in her career that she listens thoughtfully to all stakeholders, builds trust, and inspires credibility.
Lisa was selected to participate in the Washington Post Principal’s Institute. She has presented at conferences across the United States, including the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), and Colorado Association for School Nutrition Services.
As a lifelong learner, she holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Mary Washington College. She earned her master’s degree in education administration from Virginia Tech. She is also a graduate of the National Staff Development Academy, now Learning Forward.
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.
Presentations by Lisa M. Reddel
- Building and Strengthening the Foundation of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) at Work
- Developing High-Performing Collaborative Teams in a PLC
- Implementing the Four Critical Questions in Your School
- Laying the Foundation of a PLC in Your School
- You Have to Communicate—Words Matter
- Facilitating Great Meetings
- One Step Back, Two Steps Forward
- Culture Eats Structure for Breakfast