"Fran’s insight on educational policy is remarkable, but it is her analysis of human behavior that makes her interactions profound as she touches lives and find the perfect word or phrase to build and speak life into another. I truly am blessed for having learned from Fran."
~ Mark Jennings, Professional Developer and School Administrator, Prince William County Public Schools
About Dr. Fran Prolman
Dr. Fran Prolman is an internationally recognized consultant specializing in educational leadership, school improvement and instructional strategies as well as communication skills, critical thinking and organizational development.
Fran is President of The Learning Collaborative and Vice President for Training for the Center for Arts in Basic Curriculum. She has authored 3 best selling books and keeps creating practical materials for immediate leadership use.
Fran earned her doctorate in teacher training and international education from George Washington University and a master’s degree in educational administration and curriculum and instruction from the University of Pennsylvania. She has been a two-time Fulbright Scholar in both India and Israel and has presented numerous papers and workshops nationally and internationally.
Fran brings 30 years of educational experience as a teacher, staff developer, administrator, graduate-level university instructor and published author. She has made frequent presentations at state, national, and international conferences including the United States Department of State AERO Curriculum Institute, the European Council of International Schools, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Learning Forward, the Central and Eastern European Schools Association, The Tri-Association, The Mediterranean Association of International Schools, The African International Schools Association and the Near East South Asia Association of International Schools.
Fran is blessed with two rock star adult children, Samantha and Gabriel, who are taking the world on with humor, heart and gusto.