Julie Hiltz, a National Board Certified media specialist  in Hillsborough County, FL, served as a CTQ teacherpreneur in 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.

This hybrid position allowed Julie to combine daily work with students and colleagues with projects that extended her influence and leadership know-how among other educators—in her district, in Florida, and beyond. Her work to advance the profession was recognized with a statewide award and she currently serves as President of the Florida Association for Media in Education (FAME).

Why do teacherpreneur roles matter?

What does Julie’s story show us about how teachers learn to lead boldly?

How can principals and district administrators effectively cultivate and tap the potential of teachers like Julie to benefit students?

Learn more about the impact of Julie’s teacherpreneur role—and the lessons her journey reveals for teacher leaders and administrators: