Senior Research Specialist
Martha M. Hebert has worked with the UIC EdD in Urban Education Leadership Program since 2006. In her role, Hebert collaborates with the Center and with UIC College of Education's EdD program to gather and present qualitative and quantitative evidence of the practice, progress, and successes of EdD program candidates. She also assists with grant proposals for the EdD program, and has served as a project manager for several COE initiatives that illuminate best-practice instructional approaches.
Hebert worked also worked for Chicago Public Schools for 36 years: Twenty-one were spent in district and central office positions, including as a consultant in the Office of Grants Management; as executive assistant to the Chief Officer for Professional Development; manager of the New Teacher Induction program in the CPS Teachers Academy; and coordinator in the Office of Funded Programs. She was a classroom teacher for 15 years. Hebert obtained an EdD in Educational Administration and Supervision from Loyola University Chicago in 1994.