Anissa Rodriguez Dickerman, Ph.D.
Chief Strategy Officer
Dr. Anissa Rodriguez Dickerman is the chief strategy officer for Insight Education Group. In this role, Anissa is responsible for establishing the long-term vision of the organization, providing guidance on organizational growth strategies, and leading partnership development efforts.
Prior to joining Insight, Anissa served as director of learning technology at a national non-profit organization focused on educator effectiveness. In that role, she was responsible for supporting the implementation of educator effectiveness systems, including partnership support, external school reviews, grant writing and coordination, instructional design and authoring, management of training and resource portals, development of online professional development modules, and development of a core training curriculum for national implementation. Anissa has provided consulting services – including thought partnership, instructional design, eLearning development, strategic planning, professional development, and leadership development – for numerous institutes of higher education, school districts, and educational and policy organizations.
Anissa was also an instructional and executive coach and project coordinator at the University of Texas System Institute for Public School Initiatives working with high-need low-performing schools around the state of Texas providing training, coaching, instructional supports, grant coordination, project management, school reviews, and policy guidance. Anissa led the technical support for bilingual and ESL programs for the state of Texas as the Coordinator for English Language Learner Programs at the Texas Education Agency and Texas A&M University System and is a former elementary teacher, teacher leader, and school administrator.
One of Anissa’s core beliefs is that every child deserves access to equitable educational opportunities, a high-quality teacher, and the resources to support their academic achievement.
Anissa earned a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies and a master's degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University. She has a Ph.D. in educational policy and planning from the University of Texas at Austin with a portfolio and graduate certification in Mexican-American studies.