Posted Date: 06/06/2022
The Arkansas Leadership Academy (ALA) is pleased to announce Bradley Webber will serve as the new Master Principal Program (MPP) Director beginning July 1, 2022. Webber is an Arkansas Designated Master School Principal (2020) with numerous awards and accolades, including Arkansas Communication and Theatre Arts Association Administrator of the Year (2021), Arkansas Association of Instructional Media Administrator of the Year (2017), and National Board Certified: Early Adolescent English Language Arts (2012).
"We are excited to have Mr. Webber join the team at the Arkansas Leadership Academy. His experience and expertise as a building level leader will add to the rich tradition of the Master Principal Progam, and his enthusiasm and servant leadership will be an asset to school leaders, teachers, and students in every corner of the state," Kerri White, Director of the Arkansas Leadership Academy, said.
Webber has served as the principal for Fulbright Junior High School in Bentonville since 2013. He brings expertise as a collaborative leader, who is passionate in building a network of professionals who are innovating and overcoming obstacles to provide high-quality opportunities for students and their families in Arkansas.
“The staff and fellow educators I met through the Master Principal Program surrounded me not only in compassion but also encouragement, readily implementable tools, and feedback that helped me and my school move forward," Webber said. "I am eager for the opportunity to both give back to the program but also carve a new path forward."
Now Accepting Applications for 2022-2023 Master Principal Program
As a reminder, the application process for participation in Master Principal Program is open. The application can be accessed here: