Sally Frazier, Ed.D., Executive Leadership Team, Lead Facilitation Partner

Sally was elected Madera County Superintendent of Schools for six consecutive 4-year terms.

Sally received her Doctorate from the University of Southern California, and her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from California State University, Stanislaus.

Sally served the California County Superintendents’ Educational Services Association as President, Legislative Chairperson and numerous terms on its Executive Board. She was CCSESA’s representative to ACSA’s Superintendency Committee and its liaison to the Springboard Schools Board of Directors. Sally chaired CCSESA’s Commission on the Organization of Policy Groups, Organizing for Action.

Sally received CCSESA’s Outstanding County Superintendent Award, was named Woman of the Year for the 14th State Senate District (Senator Maddy) and Woman of the Year for the 29th State Assembly District (Assemblyman Villines). She received the Robert F. Alioto Award for California Instructional Leadership, the Dr.  Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award, and Marjaree Mason Top Ten Professional Women Award.

Sally was appointed by former State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Delaine Eastin, to the Education Commission for Technology in Learning. Sally was also appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to the Advisory Commission on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency.

Sally is married to Stephen.  They have two married sons.