Dr. Susan Borg has more than 35 years of experience in education. She has served as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and executive director of curriculum and instruction. Most recently she served as Klein ISD’s (KISD) associate superintendent for instruction and student services. Before retiring in 2016, she helped pass over $1 billion in bond elections. With a focus on collaboration, flexible learning, and maker spaces, she participated on the design team for multiple new schools as well as facilities renovations.
Susan is an innovative thinker who believes that teacher voice and supportive campus leadership are key to advancing a district. Her innovative thinking led to the beginning of a cultural revolution in KISD. She was instrumental in the successful integration of Informational Technology operations and KISD central office instructional departments. In 2016, Susan received the Superintendent’s Initiative Award for her role in the creation of Transform Academy. The academy relies on collective work to encourage the identification of best practices, outstanding resources, and progressive learning environments. It has led to changes in learning furniture, introduction of new technology, restructured library space, and progressive school building designs.
In 2011, she was named Distinguished Administrator and presented the Jack Staggs Dissertation Award in Educational Leadership by Sam Houston State College of Education. She is an experienced facilitator of:
- Executive Coaching
- Leadership Development
- Professional Development
- Technology Integration
Susan earned her Bachelor of Science from Central Michigan University. At Sam Houston State University, she earned her Master of Education and Doctorate in Education.