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					                                   Dr. Tom Warren
                                 3942 Wendy Lane, Raleigh, NC, 27606
                                   Email thomaspwarren@gmail.com
                                          Cell: 919.451.6741

                            PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION
Ph. D. in Educational Research and Policy Analysis                            2012
North Carolina State University
Dissertation: Early college high school philosophy and policy - How Q-methodology reveals form,
process, and leadership

M.S. Ed., Curriculum and Instruction                                               2006
North Carolina State University
Thesis: Student responses to technology integration in a 7th grade literature unit

B.A. Literary Theory and Aesthetics                                               1996
Vanderbilt University

Centro Bilingue Language School                                                   1990
Cuernavaca, Mexico
Certificate of Advanced Language Mastery in Spanish

                                         SCHOLARSHIP

Publications: Articles, Book Chapters & Monographs

Warren, T.P. (2011). School Public Relations and the Principalship: An Interview
       with Mrs. Jana Frieler, President of the National Association of Secondary School Principals,
       Journal of School Public Relations.

Militello, M., Fusarelli, B., Alsbury, T., & Warren, T. (2013). How professional standards guide practice
         for school principals. International Journal of Educational Management. 27(1).

Militello, M., Mattingly, A., Warren, T., & Fusarelli, B. (Revise and Resubmit, Feb. 2012). Assistant
         principal current versus ideal practice. Journal of School Leadership.

Fusarelli, B.C., Militello, M., Alsbury, T.L., Price, C.E., & Warren, T.P, (2010). Translational
        Leadership: New Principals and The Theory and Practice of School Leadership in the 21st
        Century, in A. Shoho, B. Barnett, & A. Tooms (Eds), The challenges of 1st generation principals
        in the 21st Century: Developing leadership capabilities through professional support (pp. 1-27).
        Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Warren, T.P., Townsend, M., Rich, W., Mohrbutter,T., & Brinson, K. Jr. (2010). Zero Tolerance: Don’t
       be a Square! Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.
Professional Papers

Early College High School Philosophy and Policy: How Q-Methodology Reveals Form, Process,
       and Leadership. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational
       Research Organization, Vancouver, Canada. 4/13/12.

We do what we’re told: How assistant principals practice leadership and how they wish they could (with
       Matt Militello). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the University Council for Educational
       Administration, New Orleans, LA. 10/30/10.

A Q-Sort Narrative: North Carolina Principals’ Perception of Practice of the 2008 Standards for School
       Executives (with Matt Militello). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the University
       Council for Educational Administration. Anaheim, CA. 11/19/2009.

Professional Activities: Reviewer, Peer Reviewer, Technical & Co-Editor

International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 2012 – present.

Educational Administration Quarterly. 2011 – present.

Meridian: A Kindergarten Through High School Information and Communication Technologies Journal
(Technical & Co-Editor, 2005-06; 2008-09; Reviewer 2005 - present).

Professional Association Affiliations

International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity (ISSSS), 2011 - present.

American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2010 – present.

University Council for Educational Administration, (UCEA), 2010 – present.
Graduate Student Volunteer (2010).

                              PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Education Consultant                                                       September 1, 2012 – present

Provide consultation services for public school systems with policy development and analysis; grant
writing; program development; program budgeting.

GrantProse Associate                                                       September 1, 2012 – present
Raleigh, NC

Grant writer, education researcher, evaluator, and policy analyst.

Office Staff                                                               May 15 – Nov. 30, 2012
Friday Institute
Work 20 hours per week as front desk office staff. Duties include customer service, event
management and preparation, data entry for Evaluation team.

Department Graduate Assistant                                            Spring semester, 2012
Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education
North Carolina State University

Department newsletter graduate student editor – Howlings. Conducting informal research on
graduate student satisfaction with departmental graduate programs via online survey; feedback to
be presented to full department meeting, 3/28/12. Webdesign: creating Moodle informational
site for improving graduate student programs experience. Graduate student professional
development coordinator; organize, coordinate, and host a graduate student professional
development event.

Doctoral Experience                                                      2008 - 2012
Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Program
North Carolina State University

Courses Taught: TA for ELP 515: Education and Social Diversity (master’s level); instructor ELP 344:
School and Society (undergraduate level).

University Service: Graduate Student Representative – Department Merger Committee (2010). Graduate
Student Representative, Council on Multicultural Initiatives and Diversity Committee (2011). Graduate
assistant; department newsletter graduate student editor – Howlings - (2012). Coordinator, graduate
student professional development for department (Spring 2012). Graduate assistant: department graduate
programs process and quality feedback investigator (Spring 2012). Graduate assistant: web designer;
department Moodle site for graduate students (Spring 2012).

Instructional Experience

Instructor                                                               08/2010 – 05/2011
Department of Leadership, Policy, and Adult and Higher Education
College of Education
North Carolina State University

Duties: Teach face-to-face section (undergraduate level) College of Education course, ELP 344: School
and Society.

Teaching Assistant                                                       Summer, 2009
Dr. Paul Bitting
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
College of Education
North Carolina State University

Duties: course preparation, planning, grading, and shared instruction.

Instructor                                                           8/20/07 – 8/1/08
Career Development; Foundations of English; Foundations of Math; College Math
Miller-Motte Technical College
Cary, NC

Duties: course preparation, planning, grading, lead instruction.

7th Grade Language Arts/Social Studies Teacher                           8/16/06 – 06/06/07
Wake County Public Schools
Raleigh, NC

Duties: Responsible for teaching Language Arts and Social Studies at the 7th grade level.

Media Center Assistant                                                 8/01/05 – 7/01/06
Customer Service (front desk); equipment reservation/checkout; technology resource trouble-shooting in
the LTRC Media Center, Poe Hall, NC State University.

Meridian Middle Grades Online Magazine                                 5/01/05 – 7/01/06
Technical Editor/Co-Editor. Completed three issues as Technical Editor/Co-Editor for Meridian Online
Magazine, a Middle Grades online journal for NC State’s College of Education. Duties included web
design; technical editing; article screening and revision.

Substitute Teacher                                                       02/01/05 – 06/01/06
Wake County Public Schools
Raleigh, NC

Duties: Responsible for teaching Language Arts, English, ESL, and Spanish at the middle school and high
school levels.

Elementary ESL Teaching Assistant                                        09/15/03 – 05/01/04
Durham County Public Schools
Durham, NC

Duties: Responsible for ESL classroom support, instructional planning, co-teaching at the elementary
school level.

High School English Teacher                                              10/08/02 – 06/05/03
Alamance County Public Schools
Burlington, NC

Duties: Responsible for teaching 10th grade English curriculum to Regular, College Preparatory, and
Honors classes; Department Sponsor for school newspaper.

Sports Endeavors, Inc.                                            5/8/02 – 9/30/02
Customer Service Rep., Intl. Dept.. Perform all aspects of customer service within the
International Department relying exclusively on fluency in Spanish, dos-based inventory-
tracking/order-placing system, and people skills. Promoted from warehouse to ‘upstairs’ in the
Call Center.

Sports Endeavors Inc.                                                    2/18/02 – 3/26/02
Shipping Department Employee. Assist in the distribution center. Duties involve picking
product, sorting product, and packaging product for order shipment. Also restocking in
Receiving department.

Measurements Inc.                                                 1/6/02 – 2/18/02
Test Reader. Read Maryland State Writing Functionality tests as grader. Avg. 15 – 20 test
packets a day (12 tests per packet).

Lancaster Leaf Tobacco Co. of PA., Inc.                               3/1/97 – 12/1/00
Operations Manager. Signed on with import/export cigar tobacco firm on executive
management career path. Training included exposure to domestic and international affiliate,
sister, joint-venture and customer operations as well as sales/client work. Expatriate work
experiences include eleven months in the Philippines (two separate work trips), six months in the
Dominican Republic (three separate work trips), and six months in Nicaragua (two separate work
trips). Duties while abroad consisted of daily operations management, market development, and
visiting customer care. I was included on sales trips to South America (Argentina) and Europe
(Germany, Italy) with executive salesmen. Employment with Lancaster Leaf culminated in my
assuming an Assistant Plant Manager role at the company HQ operation. Throughout my tenure
working for this company, my Spanish fluency enabled me to excel in my expatriate work
experiences and sales trips to Spanish-speaking countries.

Duke Health Network                                                 11/1/96 – 2/28/97
Office Assistant. Aided six data healthcare analysts with any/all administrative support.
Learned Windows ’95 OS and Office Suite Apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook,
Outlook Express, some Access.

Research Experience

Graduate Assistant                                                        Spring semester, 2012
Leadership, Policy, and Adult and Higher Education department
North Carolina State University

Duties: student editor, department newsletter, Howlings; department doctoral candidate professional
development representative (APA formatting); lead developer department Moodle website for graduate
students.

Research Team Consultant                                                  5/23 – 6/30/2011
Wake County Public Schools Evaluation and Research Department
Raleigh, NC

Duties: database creation and manipulation (Excel), data analysis, report writing.

Research Assistant                                                        01/01 – 05/2011
Dr. Matt Militello
Department of Educational Research and Policy Analysis
North Carolina State University

Duties: data analysis, publication co-authoring.
Research Assistant                                                         Spring, 2010
Dr. Peter Hessling
Department of Educational Research and Policy Analysis
North Carolina State University

Duties: online course content migration from Vista to Moodle; undergraduate course planning.

Research Assistant                                                         Fall, 2009
Dr. Matt Militello
Department of Educational Research and Policy Analysis
North Carolina State University

Duties: data collection, data analysis, publication co-authoring, conference co-presenter.

Research Team Consultant                                                   3/1 – 8/11/06
Wake County Public Schools Evaluation and Research Department
Raleigh, NC

Duties: data collection, database creation and manipulation (Excel), data analysis, report writing.

                                               HONORS
Nominee, NCSU CED Excellence in Teaching Award.                                    Fall, 2010

NCSU CED 1st Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium participant.               04/2010

NCSU 5th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium participant.                   03/10/2010

AERA, Division H, Outstanding Publication Competition                              04/12/2007
Second Place, Instructional Research.
Effective Practices for At-Risk Elementary and Middle School Students

NCSU 2nd Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium participant.                   03/21/2007

Instructional Technology Assistant Program.                                        Fall, 2004

                                    SOFTWARE PROFICIENCIES

SPSS, SAS, AtlasTI, Nvivo, Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Adobe CSS, MS Office, XP, Windows 7.

				
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