Dr. Stephanie Soliven has served as the associate superintendent for teaching and learning for Prince William County Schools in Virginia since September 2023. In this capacity she oversees the departments of Student Learning, Student Opportunity and Multilingual Services, and Professional Learning. PWCS serves over 91,000 students in a community that places a high value on its diversity. Dr. Soliven is committed to increasing opportunities for students who require support and those that would benefit from more accelerated options. She joined PWCS from Brevard public Schools, Florida where she most recently served as the assistant superintendent for secondary leading and learning. In this capacity she provided leadership and direct oversight for all secondary schools, K-12 Acceleration and Enrichment programs, Adult and Community Education, Career and Technical Education, STEM programming and Federal Programs. Prior to this position held from 2017 – 2023 she served as a high school principal, assistant principal and teacher. During her career, she has been recognized at the national level as a Milken Foundation educator, completed the rigorous Broad Academy Fellowship program, selected as the state of Florida assistant principal of the year, chosen as an NAACP Unsung Hero, and has been the recipient of leadership awards from local agencies and the University of Central Florida. She received a doctorate in education (curriculum and instruction0 from the University of Central Florida, where she also earned her master’s and bachelor’s degrees.
2004 Ed.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Central Florida
1999 M.S., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Central Florida
1994 B.S., Social Studies/Social Sciences Education, University of Central Florida