Shelah Feldstein serves as director for the Mid-State Collaborative, a Geographic Lead Agency housed at the Tulare County Office of Education, and is charged with building the capacity of county offices to support school districts across the state. Shelah founded and directed the Central Valley Networked Improvement Community (CVNIC), a network which was selected as a Carnegie Spotlight honoree in 2019 and continues to thrive today. Along with facilitating improvement efforts across organizations in her region, Shelah served as a lead in developing and facilitating California’s statewide continuous improvement trainings. Shelah has an ongoing role as National Faculty for the Carnegie Foundation and participates on California’s Continuous Improvement Advisory. Serving in many roles throughout her educational career, Shelah has both a secondary mathematics and life science teaching credential, has earned a masters of arts in education, and holds a clear administrative credential.
Shelah serves on the Carnegie National Faculty with an endorsement in ‘Introduction to Improvement Science Basics.'