Christine Harrison is the Director of Teaching and Learning for Millwood Public Schools in Oklahoma City, OK. She received her undergraduate degree from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, her master’s from Langston University, her administrative certification from the University of Central Oklahoma, and is pursuing a Doctorate of Education at the University of Oklahoma.
Christine is known for her strong leadership and her ability to motivate the unmotivated. She and her husband, Rev. Kenneth Harrison, have two daughters, Ebonie and Kiya, one son, Khristofer, and one granddaughter, Serenitee. Christine’s seventeen years as a classroom teacher garnered many awards, including being selected as Millwood Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year on multiple occasions. She has spent the past 15 years polishing her skills as a top-notch principal-facilitator.
Christine believes that collaboration and reflective practices are fundamentally effective tools in education, and that an education devoid of the arts is not an education at all. Christine plans to one day open a professional development business for teachers.