Sheldon ISD's Kelechi Bradley Honored as RISE Award Recipient by TASBO

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Kelechi Bradley, Director of Research Assessment and Data at Sheldon ISD, was one of 13 recipients of the 2024 RISE Award.

We are delighted to announce that Kelechi Bradley, Director of Research Assessment and Data at Sheldon ISD, has been recognized as one of the 13 exceptional recipients of the 2024 RISE Award by TASBO. This prestigious accolade celebrates Kelechi's outstanding contributions during her early years at TASBO, distinguishing her as a future leader in the profession.

Kelechi embarked on her career journey as a math teacher and coach, bringing a wealth of experience and passion for education to her current role. Currently pursuing certification, Kelechi is committed to continuous learning and growth. She is utilizing the knowledge gained through the PEIMS mentoring program and TASBO courses to ensure her success in her endeavors.

As the Director of Research Assessment and Data at Sheldon ISD, Kelechi plays a vital role in shaping the educational landscape of her district. Her dedication to excellence and innovation is evident in her work, and we are thrilled to see her efforts recognized through the RISE Award.

Kelechi shares, "[TASBO] has been phenomenal for new leaders like myself…the mentors, the time they take to develop material and guide new leaders…I’m just very grateful.”

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Kelechi Bradley on this well-deserved achievement. Her dedication and commitment to advancing education make her a true asset to Sheldon ISD and the broader educational community.

RISE Award Nomination Criteria

  • A current Active TASBO member for no more than 7 years as of August 31st
  • Demonstrates leadership qualities and achievements in his/her role and the potential to lead the future of school business
  • Displays a desire to advance his/her career with continued engagement in TASBO
  • Has not won the award previously

Nominate someone deserving of a 2025 RISE Award today.

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