Brian C. Lusk assumed the post of Dallas ISD’s chief of Strategic Initiatives in December 2018 after serving as the acting chief of that office for several months. Lusk was tapped for the position after serving in a number of district leadership roles including deputy chief of School Leadership, and executive director overseeing the H. Grady Spruce High School, Thomas Jefferson High School, and Woodrow Wilson High School feeder patterns.
In his role, Lusk will continue oversight of the district’s public school choice expansion, early college high school and P-TECH programs, Theory of Action and School Performance Framework.
With more than twenty years in education, Lusk began his career as a teacher before moving to an assistant principalship and later principal at the helm of elementary, middle and high school campuses.
Lusk holds a degree in elementary education from California University of Pennsylvania. He later earned a master’s in educational administration from Texas A & M University, Commerce and a doctorate in educational leadership and policy from the University of Texas at Austin.