Brooks, Creasman in fellows program
Trixie Brooks and Brian Creasman, assistant superintendents for Vance County Schools, will take part in the Aspiring Superintendent Fellows Program.
The new two-year initiative is set up to increase North Carolina’s pool of highly qualified top school district leaders. The non-profit Strategic Leadership By Design made the announcement in June, and Vance County Schools released information this past week.
Included in the program will be seminars, experiential learning and executive coaching. The topics they’ll visit include cultural change within organizations, development of high-performing teams, and state of the art assessments allowing fellows to understand their specific development needs.
Brooks and Creasman have each been in their current positions since 2012.
Brooks has experience as an executive director, director, instructional specialist, school administrator and teacher. Creasman has been a principal, interim principal, assistant principal for curriculum and instruction, instructional technologist and teacher.
The fellows class includes 10 men and eight women, 17 of which hold doctorates and the other one in pursuit.