Dr. Carla T. Galbraith holds a Doctorate of Education-Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Master of Education-M.Ed. in Crosscultural Teaching, and Bachelor of Arts-BA in Social Science. After beginning as a teacher and serving as a Vice Principal, she is currently a Principal in the Vallejo City Unified School District and an Adjunct Professor at William Jessup University. Dr. Galbraith has worked in the educational field for over twenty years. Her passion is the academic Achievement Gap and the concept of dual-consciousness. These topics were addressed in her dissertation entitled, A Phenomenological Study of Top Performing 12th Grade African-American High School Students, published in 2010.
In addition to her work as an educator, researcher, facilitator and speaker, Dr. Galbraith is an active presence in the community, serving on several scholarship committees and assisting teens and families in college preparedness. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and Jack & Jill of America, Inc. In ministry, she is a licensed missionary and participates in the local, district, and national levels of the Church of God In Christ, Inc. Dr. Galbraith is daughter of Bishop Albert Galbraith and Mother Carolyn J. Galbraith of the Northern California First Jurisdiction and the North Highlands Community COGIC. She resides in Sacramento, California and is the mother of three sons.