Sally Brownfield

Sally Brownfield


Sally has thirty five years of successful leadership and educational experience in Washington State schools and organizations. She has taught K-12 through post-secondary in public and tribal schools, community colleges and universities. Additionally, Sally worked on special projects with the University of Washington, Washington State University, University of Idaho, PBS and others.

Her work at the Superintendent of Public Instruction Office, Center for the Improvement of Student Learning provided opportunities to support school districts in building stronger partnerships with their communities and families.

She has written curriculums and publication as well as group publications on education. Sally has delivered presentations at state, national and international conferences and provided professional development to educators. She currently holds a position with Squaxin Island Tribe as an Education Specialist working on specific education projects as directed by the tribal council.

Additionally, she serves and represents the Squaxin Island Tribe in an official capacity of various committees and boards. Sally has a Masters of Education from Pacific Lutheran University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Evergreen State College.