Dr. Jacqueline Ferguson has served as the Community Superintendent for the Pacific South District since August 2020. Prior to her arrival in Okinawa, she was principal of Kaiserslautern High School and Wiesbaden Middle School in Germany, the Europe East District.
Dr. Ferguson’s 26 years of experience include serving as principal of Nile C. Kinnick High School and Ikego Elementary School, assistant principal at The Sullivans School, and teaching English Language Arts at Yokosuka Middle School in Yokosuka, Japan; teaching at Wetzel Elementary in Baumholder, Germany; and teaching at Randolph Field AB, in Universal City, Texas.
Dr. Ferguson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, a Master of Educational Administration, and a Doctorate in Curriculum, Supervision, and Instruction. Her research agenda focuses on models of co-teaching and collaboration to improve student achievement as evident in her publication: Wilson, J. C. & Ferguson, J. (2017). Chapter 7: Co-teaching in Undergraduate Education: Capacity building for multiple stakeholders. In D. Jarvis, & M. Kariuki (Eds). Co-Teaching in Higher Education: From Theory to Co-Practice.
From 2005-2010, Dr. Ferguson was an assistant professor for Texas A&M University within the College of Education as the A&M system worked to establish a new, public institution of Higher Education on the southside of San Antonio.
Mr. Thomas M. Brady
HQ DoDEA Director
Dr. Beth Schiavino-Narvaez, Ed.D
HQ Chief Academic Officer
Mr. Robert M. Brady
HQ Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Jay Burcham
HQ Chief of Staff