Jasmine Gilliam is a 2022-23 Illinois Distributed Leadership Fellow and Resident Principal at Bronzeville Classical through the Chicago Leadership Collaborative. She focuses on leading an accelerated learning environment and much of her work focuses on parent and family engagement, diverse learner education, teacher leadership, and mathematics instructions to foster staff instructional efficacy and organized parent organization. Jasmine served as a teacher leader at King Academy of Social Justice, leading the Diverse Learner and MTSS department. Previously, Jasmine taught 3rd-5th grade special education at Joshua D. Kershaw an IB World School, where she also served as the case manager and English learner professional teacher. She also served as a middle school science teacher at KIPP Bloom Middle School. Jasmine was nominated for Golden Apple for Teacher of the Year in 2018, was a Teach Plus Illinois Chicago Change Agent from 2019-2022, a Distributed Multi-Classroom Leader from 2020-22, and a Chicago Transformative Teacher from 2021-2022. She also served as a Network Teacher Facilitator for Social Science and is a Chicago Scholar Alumna. She earned her MEd in Educational Psychology and is currently pursuing her administrative credential from New Leaders. She earned a BA in Inclusive Elementary and Special Education and a BS in Political Science from Syracuse University, and received her MEd in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.