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Christine Fowler-Mack was Chief of Staff of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District before her appointment as the Chief of New & Innovative Schools and Programs for Ohio’s second largest school district. In that capacity, Mrs. Fowler-Mack is at the forefront of one of the most ambitious school reform initiatives in Ohio. “The Cleveland Plan,” that won bipartisan support in the Ohio legislature before being signed into law by Governor John Kasich, drew national attention to Cleveland for its bold and aggressive approach to systemic and legislative reform.
Before joining the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Mrs. Fowler-Mack served the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District as its Interim Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. She earned her Bachelor of Science and her Master of Arts degrees from the University of Akron and her superintendent’s license from Ashland University. A Martha Holden Jennings Scholar, Mrs. Fowler-Mack’s awards include: the Summit County Leadership Academy’s “Emerging Leader Award”, Akron Public Schools’ City-wide “Coach of the Year”, the Heights Association of Black School Educators’’ Award, and the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools’ “Educational Leadership Award”. She is listed in Who’s Who Among Educators & Women in Leadership.