is the Executive Director of Winston-Salem TEACH and a Research Associate Professor in both Wake Forest University’s Department of Education and Winston-Salem State University’s Department of Education. Prior to receiving her Ph.D. in Education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dr. Allman was an English teacher in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County from 2005-2009 and is a passionate advocate for public education. Dr. Allman possesses 12 years of higher education experience and has procured approximately $6.3 million in research grants, including one U.S. Department of Education grant and two National Science Foundation grants.
Dr. Fabby Williams
currently serves as the Deputy Superintendent of Schools for Winston-
Salem/Forsyth County Schools. Prior to this, he worked in Guilford County
Schools since 2012 where he served as a school support officer and principal.
He was also a principal in Illinois and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. He has
an AASA from the Urban Superintendent Academy at Howard University and
a doctorate and a master’s degree from Wingate University. He attended the
National Superintendent Academy and has an educational specialist degree
from UNCG. He also has a Master’s degree in Administration and Supervision
and School Guidance Counseling as well as a Bachelor’s degree in social
work from Winthrop Universi