• Dr. Djinga St. Louis

    A 20-year veteran, serving in public education in her local district, of which she is a product and graduate. Currently she enjoys serving as a middle school Assistant Principal at John Walton Spencer School No. 16, in Rochester, New York.  After attending SUNY Buffalo State College, Dr. King-St. Louis graduated with a Bachelor of Sciences degree in English Secondary Education in 1996 and immediately began teaching English middle school students in Rochester, NY.  In 2005, Dr. St. King-St. Louis attended St. John Fisher College and graduated with a Master of Sciences degree in Educational Administration in 2007. After receiving her degree, she was offered a position as a high school Assistant Principal in Rochester, NY, which, she enjoyed until 2011, when she was promoted to Director of African & African American Studies in the same district. In the fall of 2015, Dr. King-St. Louis began her Doctoral Program in Executive Leadership at St. John Fisher College and received her Ed.D.  in Executive Leadership in May 2017. Dr. King-St. Louis is a lifelong educator and excited about continually growing as a leader, especially in urban schools.


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