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Carol Hall-Whittier, Ed. D.

In my 34 years of service as an educator, I have worked as a teacher, instructional leader, and principal. During that time of working collaboratively with my teaching peers, school leaders and community to effectively teach students, I have learned that leadership and teaching excellence is created among people with a shared vision for continuous improvement.

My work has been built on the belief that the school functions as a community and the growth of its members are fundamental. I specialize in helping school leaders create a purposeful culture whose focus is engaging educators in collaborative learning. Those in the learning community; teachers, staff, school leaders, parents and community must learn together to ensure success for all students. My experience in creating a collaborative learning community has equipped me to provide leadership training for principals, staffs, and parents. I am especially interested in providing professional development in the areas of:

  • Culture creation for staff continuous learning, teamwork and problem solving;
  • Professional development embedded within the school day;
  • Parent training as they seek to partner with the school and advocate for their child’s education


Bachelor of Arts, Harris Teachers College
Master of Education, National-Louis University, Evanston, Ill.
Specialist in Education, St. Louis University
Doctor of Education, St. Louis University


To schedule, please call West County Psychological Associates at 314-275-8599.

My email: [email protected]