Alesha Daughtrey

Chief Strategy Officer Center for Teaching Quality

605 West Main Street, Suite 205, Carrboro, NC  27510 | 919-913-3000 | @aleshadaughtrey


2009                        Master of Public Policy, Duke University

1997                        Bachelor of Arts, English and Secondary Education Licensure, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


2017-                      Chief Strategy Officer, Center for Teaching Quality

2012-2017          Partnership Strategy, Center for Teaching Quality

2010-2012          Director of Research and Policy, Center for Teaching Quality

2009-2010          Research Associate, Center for Teaching Quality

2009                        Research Consultant

2008                        Policy Research, North Carolina Public School Forum


Eckert, J. & Daughtrey, A. (2019). Teacher leadership development: Tracking one district’s progress over three years. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 27(42).

Center for Teaching Quality (2010). Transforming school conditions: Building bridges to the education system that students and teachers deserve: A TeacherSolutions report. Hillsborough, NC: Center for Teaching Quality.

Daughtrey, A., Snyder, J., & Berry B. (2010). Teacher preparation policy and high-needs schools: A case study of Denver metro area urban teacher residency programs. Chicago: Urban Teacher Residency United.

Berry, B., Daughtrey, A., & Wieder, A. (2010). A better system for schools: Developing, supporting, and retaining effective teachers. New York: Teachers Network.

Daughtrey, A. (2010). Responding to teacher attrition: An analysis of risk factors in the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program. Sanford Journal of Public Policy, 1(1), 51-69.

Berry, B., Daughtrey, A., & Wieder, A. (2009). Teaching effectiveness and the conditions that matter most in high-needs schools. Hillsborough, NC: Center for Teaching Quality.