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Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2012 12:14 AM


While, I have experience in education, my interest are also beyond the field of education and my skills such as analysis (quantitative/qualitative), interpersonal communication, marketing, training and management are transferable into private firm.

Seeking excellence by working in accord with dedicated professionals to lead an organization toward optimal levels and goals.

Robert C. Williams

Education & Credentials

Southern University A&M Baton Rouge, LA 1999-2004
Bachelors of Arts in Political Science

Trinity University Washington, DC 2007-2009
Masters in Business Administration – Finance

• District of Columbia Administrator License Valid 11/2011 -11/2015
• Highly Qualified to teach Secondary Social Studies
• Baltimore City Teaching Residency Program 2004
• TEFL Certification Course – TEFL Express Online 2012
• Completed BCPS/TNTP new teacher training and practicum
• Praxis 1: Passed (Reading 176; Writing 173; Math 178)
• Praxis 2 Social Studies Content score: Passed (163)

Management and Work Experience

Williams E. Doar Jr. Public Charter School of Performing Arts – Washington, D.C.
Middle School Lead Teacher –Social Studies Aug.2011 to Oct.2011
Used Common Core to develop lessons. Modified instruction for students in the 4th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Developed, monitored and revised behavior modification plans.
• Created and implemented the first Student Government Association.
Dean of Students and School Culture Oct.2010 to Jul.2011
Performs as acting principal in the absence of the school principal; managed day to day operations. Develop clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school consistent with the WEDJ PCS mission and philosophy. Collaborate with principal on matters involving classroom management, student discipline and school culture for grade levels 6-12. Improve school performance as measured by but not exclusive to increased state test scores, student attendance and graduation rates, school safety and teacher retention.
• Coached and conducted observations of teaching staff.
• Develop and monitor the implementation of a positive behavior intervention program as it relates to promote student achievement and progress and positive behavior
• Submitted quarterly reports School wide information systems (SWIS) reports to District of Columbia Public Charter School Board (DCPCSB) through Authorizers’ Oversight Information System (AOIS)
Board Member – Non- Voting Aug.2010 to Aug.2011
Engage in creative strategic planning with fellow board members to enhance program performance. Reflect concerns, needs, and interest of leadership, staff, parent and student to school board.
• Actively participated in facilities and self-study committees through investigation, policy development, and problem solving
High School History Teacher Aug.2010 to Oct.2010
Provided modified instruction for students in the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. Developed, monitored and revised behavior modification plans. Established appropriate and positive relationship with students, parents, colleagues and administration.

Academia Bilingue De La Communidad Public Charter School - Washington, D.C.
Director/Principal Apr.2009 to Sept.2009
Utilized decision-making and interpersonal skills to implement education programs in accordance with Public Law 107-110 (No Child Left Behind- NCLB) by providing instructional leadership and curriculum enhancement for grade levels 6-8. Responsible for submitting reports to AOIS and maintaining communication with DCPCS. Provided instructional leadership with the ability to initiate, manage, and influence cross-functional teams and multi-disciplinary professionals to reach organizational goals. Coordinated, facilitated, and conducted various educational, enrichment, and developmental student activities and events including staff meetings, professional development opportunities, and parent-teacher conferences.
• Applied leadership skills as coordinator to create and operate Response to Intervention (RTI) program and Positive Behavior Intervention system.
• Created resource class schedule for all students. The courses targeted the students’ greatest areas of need for improvement on the DC-CAS. As a result, students experienced average growth of 4.3 %; all sub groups except African American males in Mathematics made AYP under safe-harbor.
Special Education Coordinator Aug. 2008 to June 2009
Managed time, personnel, funds, and other resources to implement special education programming as mandated by NCLB. Accessed professional networks and community resources to obtain related service providers (i.e. speech pathologist, school psychologist) for optimal student support. Utilized project management skills to provide related services for students.
• Provided instructional guidance and support for staff to use creative, efficient, and effective strategies.
• Developed individual education plans (IEPs), behavioral intervention plans, and other student-centered programs that coincided with school curriculum, facilities, and culture for each student
Marketing Team Leader May 2009 to Sept. 2009
Implemented comprehensive marketing plan for student recruitment and retention. Facilitated event coordination and managed budget, personnel and other resources.
• Engaged in strategic management with administrative team, staff, parents students and community members t create recruitment events.
• Recruited 121% of student enrollment target goal.

Young American Works Public Charter School - Washington, D.C.
Case Manager & Special Education Teacher Aug. 2006 to July 2007
Managed the Individual Education Plans (IEP) for twenty-seven 10th grade students as mandated by No Child Left Behind. Coordinated wrap–around student development services with external services providers, staff, and parents.
• Maintained compliance of various documents for delivering services such as transition plans, behavioral intervention plans, and extended school year documents.
• Provided modifications and accommodations in an inclusion model classroom.

Sasha Bruce Public Charter School - Washington, D.C.
Case Manager & Special Education Teacher Aug. 2005 to July 2006
Delivered services, reviewed, created, and developed IEP’s for eighteen 10th grade students. Developed and submitted documents in compliance with DCPCSB. Coordinated external services providers, advocates, legal representatives, staff, parents, and student for delivery of therapy, assessments, and meetings.
• Lead students through rigorous skill development resource class.
• Created After School Basketball program for Varsity and Middle School Boys and Girls Teams.

Baltimore City Teaching Residency Recruit
Vivian Thomas Medical Art Academy - H.S. History Teacher July. 2004 to Aug. 2005
Provided modified instruction for students in the 9th and 10th grades. Implemented behavioral and academic modification plans. Established appropriate and positive relationship with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.

Other Related Experiences

T.C. Williams Public High School - Basketball Coach June 2008 to Current
Hyde Public Charter School – Spanish Substitute Apr.2008 to Jun.2008
Camp United - Camp Leader June 2005 to Aug 2005
Gonzalez, Saggio & Harland Law Firm - Marketing Intern Jun.2002 to Aug.2002

• Location: District of Columbia, Washington, DC

• Post ID: 8887537 dc
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