Mary Whitt, M.Ed.

M. Whitt


B.S., Business and Public Administration (Concentration: Accounting), University of Texas at Dallas

B.S., Psychology (Concentration: Self-Esteem, Learning, and Brain Function), University of Houston

M.Ed., Educational Administration, University of Texas at Austin

Teacher Certification – Grades 1-8:  Texas Southern University (Urban Education)

Principal Certification- EC-12:  University of Texas at Austin

Superintendent Certification- EC-12:  University of Texas at Arlington

Ed.D. (ABD), Educational Leadership with a Specialization in Educational Technology, University of Phoenix


About Mary Whitt

In her role as African American Community Liaison with Garland ISD (Garland, Rowlett, and Sachse, Texas) Mary promotes student attendance, works to increase student progress district-wide, addresses targeted areas to ensure maximum student achievement, and serves in many other student success oriented roles.  These are but a few areas addressed while working in the community and within the district. During her 20 plus years in education, Mary has been a college professional development presenter and developer, PreK-7 classroom teacher, assistant principal, dean of instruction, and principal.  Sharing important information to groups of all ages is her passion, which goes along with her goal of helping others by providing timely facts and directing individuals to valuable resources.  Mary comes from a modest background where education was emphasized and considered a tool for success.  Her thought about the value of education is that “Education provides a way of viewing and understanding the world around us, regardless of the field of study. What one gets out of education is a function of the combined time and attention given during the process of learning.”

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