Megan Vroman

Megan Vroman

Executive Principal, Region 2
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Megan Vroman became an executive principal for Region 2 in July 2022. She was previously the principal at Ida B. Well Middle Schools, District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS). 

Vroman started her career in education as a Middle School Special Education teacher in Phoenix, AZ.  In 2015, she joined the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) as a Principal at West Education Campus and then became the founding principal of Ida B. Wells Middle School.

Vroman brings a holistic approach to the education of students. Her core belief is that every student should be provided access and opportunity to a rigorous and relevant curriculum. In addition, she values and recognizes the importance of a professional learning community culture where teachers plan together to develop common objectives, engaging lessons, and formative assessments to support differentiated instruction.

Vroman is passionate about ensuring a school’s climate is inclusive and culturally responsive to students, families, and staff. She recognizes that building trusting relationships and making sure that students feel recognized and appreciated is imperative.

Vroman is a collaborative leader who builds instructional capacity among staff and has a demonstrated history of managing all aspects of instructional, administrative, and advocacy needs within a school community.  During her tenure in DCPS, Vroman implemented a laser-like focus on professional learning communities. This systematic approach to planning, teaching, and enrichment led West Education Campus to high levels of academic achievement, where growth on the English and Language Arts (ELA) and Math PARCC exams doubled the DC growth average. 

At Ida B. Wells Middle School, Vroman demonstrated her passion for developing a caring, respectful, and inclusive school culture. She coordinated actions and practices to ensure all students experienced a positive classroom environment to develop constructive relationships with caring adults within the school community. 

She builds trust and inspires credibility. During her career, she has proven that she listens thoughtfully to all stakeholders, builds strong relationships, and is a unifier. Current and former employers have described Vroman as a leader of leaders who brings years of student-centered instructional leadership experience emphasizing family involvement and support to students. She has been described as “a dynamic, reflective, and transformational leader capable of creating nurturing school cultures for all.”

Vroman holds a bachelor's degree in political science with a minor in Spanish from Texas Christian University and a master’s degree in special education from Arizona State University. In 2017 she received an executive master’s degree in leadership from the McDonough Business School, Georgetown University.