Rachel Greer began teaching middle school students in southern California immediately upon completion of coursework for a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies and Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with Cross-Cultural Language and Academic Development from California State University San Marcos in 2003. Since 2004, she served in the field of education in North Carolina in the roles of Middle School and Elementary Teacher, English as a Second Language Teacher, Lead Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Principal in preschool through high school settings.
After seeing the amazing impacts of co-teaching and inclusive practices in multiple classrooms, she desired to have a larger impact in transforming school practices. Mrs. Greer received the NC Principal Fellows Scholarship and earned a Master’s Degree in School Administration in 2010 from Western Carolina University. Whether in the mountains, piedmont, or coast of North Carolina, she has supported staff, students and families in charter and traditional public schools located in rural and suburban settings. In 2020 she received a scholarship from NCDPI to earn a Certificate in Dual Language Administration and Supervision from East Carolina University in 2021.
With more than a decade of experience in administration, she knows the importance of empathy, encouragement, enthusiasm, and empowerment for teachers as they pursue excellence and engagement in the classroom. Most recently she has served on the local school board Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee to pursue systemic change that provides equitable outcomes for students.
Areas of Licensure:
Elementary Education (K-6)
Social Studies (6-9)
English as a Second Language (K-12)
School Administrator (Principal)