Brandon Lucius

Director of Teacher Development
Brandon Lucius

Brandon designs the Fellow development continuum, plans and coordinates professional development, and collects and analyzes various data to evaluate ATC’s program effectiveness and Fellows’ classroom impact; he also coaches science and math Fellows throughout the state. Brandon additionally serves as the Co-Director of Summer Institute alongside Sarah Baver where his responsibilities include coordinating logistics, hiring and managing summer interns, and designing and facilitating Instruction and Change training. A Teach For America alumnus, Brandon taught tenth grade biology in the Helena – West Helena School District and ninth grade Algebra 1 in the Osceola School District before joining ATC full-time in 2016. While in HWH, he also served one year as a campus instructional coach for science grades 7-12. He also served as a Learning Team Leader for science with Teach For America and has held a variety of part-time ATC roles, including Summer Mentor in 2014, PLC Leader for science in 2014-15, and Teacher Support Specialist in 2015-16. Brandon holds a Master of Education in educational leadership from Arkansas Tech and a Bachelor of Arts in environmental economics from Washington University in St. Louis.