Dr. Kondra Rattley has devoted nearly 20 years of public service in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community through her leadership as a learning community superintendent, learning community executive director, high school principal, school counselor, and teacher. In her current role, Dr. Rattley is responsible for monitoring performance trends and practices throughout high schools to advance school improvement efforts. Additionally, she strategizes with other district leaders to adapt to school and district practices that result in decreasing educational disparities. During one of her previous roles as a learning community superintendent, Dr. Rattley created and led a network of 14 schools with differentiated central office support to accelerate change resulting in positive outcomes for students in persistently, low-performing schools across the Charlotte community (artifact #1 is a screenshot of how information was shared across this network of schools).
Dr. Rattley holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Secondary Education from Appalachian State University as well as a Master of Arts in School Counseling and School Administration from Appalachian State University and Gardner-Webb University, respectively. She earned her Doctorate of Education Degree from Gardner-Webb University. As an active member of her community, she has served as a community board member, volunteer lead, and support coordinator for various community-based efforts