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Dr. Scottie J. Griffin

Occupation: President, Chief Executive Officer and International Leadership Consultant

President, Chief Executive Officer, International Leadership Consultant, Griffin Enterprises (1979-Present)
Educational Organizational Consultant, Griffin Enterprises (1977-1979)
Administrator, Academic Coordinator, Juvenile Services Education, State of Maryland
School District Superintendent
School Principal

Career Related:
United States Delegate, People-to-People International Ambassador Program, Eisenhower Foundation (1999-2005); Educational Consultant, School-Home-Partnership Division, Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA); Executive Director, Public Charter Schools, District of Columbia Board of Education; Central Office Supervisor for Special Education Programs and Services

Member, District Parent Advisory Council, Flint Community Schools (1993, 1994); President, Jackson State University Alumni Association, Inc. (1988); Member, Mayor’s Executive Advisory Council, Flint, MI (1988); Leader, International Missions’ Team, National Presbyterian Church (10 Years); Senatorial Candidate for State of Maryland, U.S. Senate; Organizational Administrative Team Facilitator and Coach; Sponsor, International Association for Refugees

Creative Works:
Featured, “Dr. Scottie J. Griffin Announces Her 2022 Write-in Candidacy for the United States Senate for the State of Maryland,” Cision PR Newswire (2022); Author, “Increasing Student Achievement through Mentoring and Extended Learning Programs,” Department of Defense Education Activity (1998); Author, “Enhancing Community-Home-School Partnerships,” Department of Defense Education Activity (1998); Speaker, Annual International School Home Partnership Conferences, Arlington, VA (1998); Speaker, Gaeta and Naples, Italy, Heidelberg, Germany (1998); Doctoral Dissertation, “A Study of Active Participation Instructional Strategies to Increase Students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills” (1995); Speaker, Annual School-Home Partnership and Mentoring Symposium, Italy District

Developing, implementing and managing three comprehensive projects in Panama, Germany, and Italy as an educational consultant for the School-Home Partnership Division of the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA); Projects included a K-12 Academic Inclusion Model for mainstreaming students with disabilities and increasing their skills in literacy and mathematics, a K-12 Mentoring and Extended Learning Academic Program to enhance the reading and mathematical skills of students in primary and elementary grades and to assist students in Grades 7-12 with all core academic subjects and a Community-School-Home Partnership Model to enhance collaboration between educators, parents and military personnel; Conducting comprehensive assessments of the educational systems as a United States delegate in the following countries and regions to analyze and identify their educational strengths and weaknesses: India, Hong Kong, South Africa, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Singapore, Vietnam, Scotland and China; Securing $10 million from the United States Congress to organize and open a residential Public Charter School for the District of Columbia; Designing a mentoring and extended learning program for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), which was awarded $1 million for international implementations; Creating a community partnership model that was implemented in schools around the world; Secured more than $1 million from a partnering county corporation to restructure high schools

Honoree, Exemplary/Outstanding Leadership and Services, Executive Director of Public Charter Schools, District of Columbia State Board of Education (2000); Honoree, Outstanding Presenter, 15th Annual National Effective Schools Conference, National School Conference Institute, Phoenix, AZ (1998); Honoree, Outstanding Keynote Presenter, Annual School-Home Partnership Conference on “Shared Decision Making,” Panama City, Panama (1997, 1998); Honoree, Outstanding Educator, Flint, MI (1995); Honoree, Outstanding Presenter, Michigan State Conference, Association of Elementary and Secondary Principals (1993, 1994); Honoree, Outstanding Presenter, Michigan State Annual Self-Esteem Conference (1993-1994); Recipient, Pioneer Award for Outcome Based Education, Flint Community Schools (1993); Honoree, Outstanding Dedication and Services as President of Jackson State University Alumni Association (1978); Inductee, Nationwide Register’sWho’s Who in Executives & Businesses

Member, Executive Board, Montgomery County Women’s National Democratic Club, Maryland (Two Years); Member, American Association for School Administrators; Member, National Alliance of Black School Educators; Member, Women Democracy Club of Montgomery County Maryland; Member, United Democratic Women; Member, National Education Association; Member, Democratic National Committee

Political Affiliation:
Democratic Party

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