Dr. Teresa Alonzo, Associate Director of School Networks for WestEd’s Educational Leadership and System Design, will present at the California Association of Latino Superintendents & Administrators (CALSA) Focus on Results 2023 Conference, held January 27-29 at the Portola Hotel and Spa in Monterey Bay, California.
The Conference offers Superintendents, Cabinet Members, and Administrators from all over the State an opportunity to learn from experts about systems and processes designed to help set goals, develop action plans, and leverage resources to help improve student outcomes.
In a workshop session, Dr. Alonzo will be joined by Monica Anzo, Associate Superintendent of Education Services at the Alisal Union School District. They will explore ways to build leadership capacity across the education system.
Saturday, January 28
Session: Cultivating Leadership Capacity Across the System – A Journey Towards Equity-Focused Leadership for English Learners
Time: 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
Location: Ironwood 2
Dr. Alonzo partners with school and district leadership teams with a focus on using continuous improvement to build capacity and scale implementation of effective teaching, learning, and leading. She serves on the Leadership Committee for the CALSA Mentoring Program and represents the Women’s Leadership Network on various planning committees.
Before joining WestEd, Teresa was an instructional coach, elementary and intermediate school principal, and Administrative Services Director for the Montebello Unified School District. She worked as the Assistant Director with the California Reading and Literature Project, Reading RESULTS initiative. Teresa began her career as a Dual Language teacher and coordinator for the Los Angeles Unified School District. She was also an institute facilitator for the Association of California Superintendents and Administrators academies.