William Stroud
Education Consultant with a Focus on Academic Leadership

William is a founding member of the organization and president of the EDUPAM Board of Directors in the US. He brings his knowledge of leadership development and the design of academic projects.

He has founded three of the most successful schools in New York and advised educational projects in various cities worldwide, managing to improve the academic quality of these projects and providing viable and measurable strategies. Its vast network of professional contacts within the academic field allows for interweaving alliances and international networks.

He currently conducts leadership workshops in Jordan, Palestine, Poland, Mexico, and Thailand.

About William:

He was deputy director of the Consortium for Educational Policy Research (CPRE) at Columbia University Teachers College.

He designed a public elementary school as a model site for Teachers College (2011) in Harlem.

He was director of the International Baccalaureate Access Project (ERCP) funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

He directed and founded two public schools in New York: Urban Peace Academy (1993), located in East Harlem, and the Baccalaureate School for Global Education (2002), located in Queens.

He served as a systems leader and executive director of the Department of Educational Quality within the New York City Department of Education.