Director of Grants, Marketing & Development

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff: Bachelor’s in Business Management; University of Phoenix: Master’s in Business Administration

“I totally enjoy being able to connect with families through the recruitment process and being able to educate them on Everything our school has to offer. I am afforded the opportunity to build positive relationships with all stakeholders to help establish an environment that yields overall student success and growth.”

Contact: lwilliams@linwoodcharter.org


Director of Academics

Grambling State University: Bachelor’s of Arts; Educational Leadership Certification, Advanced Innovation Education; Diversity & Equity Leadership Institute Fellow at Furman University

“I love helping organizations enact change in an effort to transform into equitable, high-quality learning systems. We are becoming a learning organization that creates access and opportunity for all learners. It is my mission to ensure all learners, staff and students, have the tools and skills necessary to be successful beyond the walls of LPCS.”

Contact: sross@linwoodcharter.org


Human Resource Director

Louisiana Tech University: Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a Minor in Human Resource Management

“I believe that Human Resource Departments play a strategic role in managing people and the workplace culture. I feel that an effective Human Resource Department contributes to the overall success, direction and accomplishment of its organization’s goals and objectives.”

Contact: jmyles@linwoodcharter.org


Director of School Related Services

Southern University and A&M College: Bachelor’s in Sociology; Louisiana Tech University: Bachelor’s in Elementary Education Grades 1-8; Louisiana Tech University: Master’s in Guidance Counseling; Centenary College: Master’s plus 30 hours in Administration; Education Leadership Level II

“I believe that LPCS has made every effort to put support systems in place that will enhance the success of every single student enrolled. I feel that it is my job to ensure that all students are supported socially, physically, emotionally and psychologically, which impacts academic

Contact: spierson@linwoodcharter.org


Director of Elementary School (Pre-K — 2nd)


Kennesaw State University: B.S. in Human Services
Jacksonville State University:
Master’s Public Administration; Nova Southeastern: Educational Specialist. in Leadership

“My favorite part of serving as Director is my ability to work collaboratively with teachers to educate the whole student by teaching character, academics, and discipline. It is my mission to provide all students with support to meet their educational needs through a holistic approach.”



Contact: tburney@linwoodcharter.org



Director of Middle School (6-8)


Hampton University: Bachelor’s of Science in Communicative Sciences and Disorders; Lincoln Memorial University: Educational Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instructional; Georgia State University: Post Graduate Certificate in Reading and Behavioral Disorders; Central Michigan University: Master’s of Science in Health Services Administration

“My experience as a Teacher, Special Education Teacher, Teacher Leader and an Administrator continues to help me empower middle school students with a zest for lifelong learning, academic exposure and social-emotional development.”


Contact: tsealy@linwoodcharter.org


Office Manager & Registrar

Northwestern State University: Bachelor’s in Business Administration & Economics

“I truly believe that encouragement and love happens when you put all of your might into others that you would normally reserve for yourself and I try to give that to our parents and students daily.”

Contact: ttaylor@linwoodcharter.org

Marilyn Johnson

Director of Intermediate School (3-5)


Wiley College: Bachelor’s in Elementary Education

Southern University and A&M College: Master’s in Guidance Counseling + 30 hours in Administration

Southern University and A&M College: Counseling Administration

Education Leadership

“ My objective is to foster a positive academic school environment that will enhance and impact the educational and social development of each student. My experiences as a principal, assistant principal, counselor and teacher has provided an opportunity to help children become productive and functioning citizens ready to take on the challenges of the twenty-first century.”

Contact: mjohnson@linwoodcharter.org


Director of Finance

Southern University and A&M College: Bachelor’s in Accounting;Nova Southeastern University: Master’s in Business Administration; Certified Louisiana Charter School Business Professional

“My role in the finance department allows me to ensure the overall financial success of our school. I review all financial plans and budgets as well as monitor progress and changes. I update and implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices.”

Contact: waustinlewis@linwoodcharter.org

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