Annette Gregg is the Director of English Learner and Migrant Education Services (ELMES) at WestEd. She works collaboratively with schools, districts, and state agencies to help build the capacity of educators and the systems they work in to change outcomes for students who are English learners. She partners with leaders to engage in systemic improvement planning that will enhance educational programs and build upon the rich cultural and linguistic assets that English learners bring to school. Her areas of expertise include English learner education, systemic improvement planning, organizational development, and program evaluation.
Gregg leads teams that offer targeted, customized supports to address the needs of English learners. Additionally, she works closely with instructional coaches to develop their capacity to enhance implementation and build high-quality instructional practices.
Gregg has an extensive history of working with state departments, county offices, and districts to build the capacity of educators to shift policies and instructional practices in ways that address the diverse needs of English learners. Her work includes developing and delivering professional learning sessions and engaging teams in strategic planning.
Gregg has an EdM in education policy and management from Harvard University, an MA in education from the University of California, Berkeley, and a BA in Spanish literature from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a minor in applied developmental psychology.