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Women inspire me every single day. Their tenacity, wit, enthusiasm, power and grace have provided the world with amazing businesses that have transformed industries. Her Success Story is a podcast that allows these impactful and fascinating women to share their success journey with the world. Their triumphs, along with their failures. Their lessons, along with their leadership. And their determination to follow their dreams. Listen in each week as we talk to women in fashion, coaching, corporate, legal and so much more.

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Sep 28, 2020

Kristyn Borrero





Dr. Kristyn Klei Borrero is recognized as a leading national expert in culturally relevant pedagogy, educator professional development, and leadership coaching. Her work in the area of coaching for empowered/asset-based mindsets has transformed the careers of thousands of educators. Kristyn co-founded CT3 in 2009 after having led the research and development of No-Nonsense Nurturer and Real Time Teacher Coaching, widely recognized as two of the most innovative and transformative professional development models in education today. As the CEO of CT3 for more than a decade, Kristyn built a best-in-class team of educators and operations specialists to set CT3 apart from all other professional development organizations.

For the last 25 years, Kristyn has committed herself to improving the education of students in traditionally disenfranchised schools as a classroom teacher, principal, area superintendent, and founder of CT3. Prior to founding CT3, Kristyn proved herself to be an accomplished educational leader and coach who has an unparalleled ability to make a profound difference in the professional lives of educators. As an educational leader, Kristyn spent more than a decade leading turnaround initiatives for underperforming schools in Oakland and East Palo Alto, California. She propelled schools under her supervision to significantly exceed all state academic benchmarks, organizational fundraising and financial goals, teacher retention rates, and family and student satisfaction ratings.

Kristyn’s first book, Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer Approach to Reaching All Learners, is available to order. Kristyn has been featured in Education Week Teacher, Reader’s Digest, IdeaMensch, The Ed Podcast, StartEdUp, Leader of Learning, Reframe, and Ellevate (episode #219) podcasts. She is also a noted contributor to national education blogs, trade journals, and news media.

Kristyn holds a doctorate in education leadership from the University of California, Berkeley, and enjoys cooking and traveling to “big wave” surf spots with her husband.

 Kristyn is available for speaking engagements, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and strategic planning/partnership support. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • You don’t get to have complaints unless you offer solutions
  • The culture of coaching in education
  • The benefit of coaching leaders
  • Why coaches have coaches
  • Why you need the outside perspective
  • The right way to do accountability
  • What makes a great coach
  • Planning through the pandemic
  • The value of transparency and communication through a pandemic
  • The benefit all approach
  • Communication past, present, and future