Tulane University School of Professional Advancement Names Educator Preparation Fellow
NEW ORLEANS — On Wednesday, Aug. 21, Keri Randolph was announced as the Educator Preparation Fellow for the Tulane University School of Professional Advancement.
According to a press release, Randolph will support the reimagining of the Tulane’s teacher and education leader programs by harnessing both technology and business and community partnerships. She brings with her extensive experience and leadership in program development, school and district innovation, teacher preparation, STEM classroom education and curriculum, and cradle-to-career collective impact initiatives, established through public-private partnerships and collaboration.
Randolph is known as a leader at the local, regional, state, and national levels in STEM education and is a past-president of the National Science Education Leadership Association.
In addition to her teaching license from the University of North Carolina, Randolph holds a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia and a master’s of science education from East Carolina University. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in education leadership at Harvard University.