Cathy Herbert, M. Ed
Cathy Herbert, M. Ed., has spent 48 years in public education as a teacher, math specialist, assistant principal, principal, director, regional assistant superintendent, and acting associate superintendent. Her studies included a bachelor’s degree from Towson University, a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Loyola University, and continuing education from Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and the University of Maryland. Currently, she is serving in several positions as a leadership coach/mentor, coaching school improvement and professional growth for administrators. She provides professional development to staff in school improvement, data analysis, math instruction, mission and vision statements, classroom management, curriculum, the PSEL standards, and much more. She coached assistant principals as they transitioned to the principal position in 16 districts in the state of Maryland. She coaches new assistant principals and principals in Anne Arundel County. She has taught the Leadership course for Anne Arundel County Public Schools. As a ULLC Coach, she has supported schools in Louisiana, Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, and Illinois.