Glenys Hill is an Instructor and Leadership Criteria Framework Feedback Specialist (LCFFS) for the Washington State Leadership Academy. In this role, she is delighted to join the WSLA instructional team and continue a lifetime of commitment to supporting administrators in the critical work of creating and sustaining systems that maximize student learning.
Glenys is a veteran of more than 40 years in public education, serving for almost 35 of those in administration as a principal, curriculum director, assistant superintendent and superintendent in districts throughout Washington state. In 2011, she retired as the superintendent of the Kelso School District.
Glenys attended Willamette University for two years before receiving her bachelor’s degree from Portland State University. She received her master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and her doctorate from Washington State University.
An adjunct faculty member at Washington State University , Vancouver and the University of San Francisco, Glenys also is a consultant for ESD 112 in school improvement.