Meet the Deputy Superintendent
Dr. Kimberly Statham
Over her 34-year career, Dr. Statham has served at every level of public education—teacher, principal, administrator and superintendent. She spent the first 21 years of her professional career in MCPS as a teacher and administrator and also served as deputy superintendent and chief academic officer for Howard County Public Schools. In 2005, she was appointed chief academic officer for the Oakland Unified School District and was elevated to superintendent the following year. She served as deputy state superintendent in Washington, D.C., and also has worked as a regional vice president for Edison Schools and as a partner in the NewSchools Venture Fund in Washington. In 2011, Dr. Statham returned to MCPS as a principal and was named deputy superintendent for Teaching, Learning, and Programs in 2012 before moving to the Office of School Support and Improvement.