Aleigha Henderson-Rosser, Ed.D. currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Technology in Atlanta Public Schools. Her primary role as chief enthusiast and champion of innovative pedagogies and 21st Century Teaching and Learning keeps her close to the work of Instructional Technology as a practitioner. She has served as a Middle School Science Teacher, Instructional Technology Specialist, Coordinator of Professional Learning and Administrator for one of Georgia’s First Virtual High Schools.
Dr. Henderson-Rosser completed her Doctoral studies at Georgia State University in Educational Policy Studies. She is an author and has been featured in various publications as well as a conference presenter at a number of educational leadership conferences.
Her International and National involvement in the instructional technology community consists of serving as founding member and Board member of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACoL) – Georgia Chapter, member of the Learning Forward (formerly National Staff Develop Council), and just recently asked to serve as a Coalition Member with the Rise- Up Coalition which is dedicated to implement and action agenda to reflect and address the needs of students of color.