“The authenticity of Bryan's work is what is most inspiring to me. Whenever you hear Mr. Stevenson speak, you can tell the fervor of how much he believes that the work he is doing is the right work and the most necessary work.”
Educator, Vice Board Chair, Founding Board Member
Chantalle is a 2014 alumna of the College of William & Mary and a former Teach For America corps member. Receiving her master’s degree in teaching from the Relay Graduate School of Education in 2017, she is currently in her seventh year of service as an educator. Over the course of her career, she has led in choral, special education, and English classrooms. Chantalle is also committed to pursuing educational leadership beyond the classroom, participating in both the national Rural School Leaders Academy (2016-2018) as well as the Delaware Department of Education’s Educators as Catalyst Fellowship (2016). With the Rural School Leadership Academy, Chantalle deepened her knowledge of school leadership through a rural lens.
After completing her initial fellowship at the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE), Chantalle has continued to contract with the DDOE as a teacher consultant specializing in equity. Specifically, Chantalle has supported the DDOE’s Diverse and Learner Ready Teacher’s Initiative through the Council of Chief State School Officers and helped to develop Delaware’s equity framework and guidance documents. Through these opportunities, Chantalle explored her ability to be an educational change agent, which led her to her current service as the vice board chair of the Bryan Allen Stevenson School of Excellence. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Policy at American University. Chantalle is a Delawarean who is committed to educational excellence for all.