Director of Strategic Planning and Policy
Jennifer Dull began her career with Pinellas County Schools in 2003 working as a high school varying exceptionalities teacher and specialist for four years at Countryside High School. In 2007, she left the district to pursue advanced studies and work for the Office of the Provost at Teachers College, Columbia University. Following her time in higher education, Jennifer served the students of Baltimore City Public Schools for eight years in various leadership positions. Her experiences in Baltimore City included leading the academic vision for the 21st Century Buildings Initiative for all new and renovated buildings and strategic leadership within the Office of Special Education that resulted in disengagement from the Vaughn G. Consent Decree and corresponding Settlement Agreement.
In her most recent position as the Director of Strategy and Compliance, she served as the academic chief of staff providing direction and support with a focus on strategic areas of reform for both policy and practice. Her role also included leading teams in the development of goals in alignment with the vision of the Chief Academic and Executive Officers. In addition, she successfully developed and led the annual academic budget strategy which aligned over $300 million to the strategic priorities and necessary infrastructures to support increased student outcomes.
Jennifer returns to Pinellas County Schools with a passion for working collaboratively to raise student achievement for all students while also eliminating equity and opportunity gaps. She is a graduate of Pinellas County Schools who has earned degrees from the University of Florida and Teachers College, Columbia University.