Taneisha Ingleton, PhD has a performance driven, agile and innovative mind. She believes in the infinite capacity of each individual to bring autonomy, mastery and purpose to their life and work. Dr. Ingleton has expertise in Design Thinking and is a Leadership Development Programme Designer, Educational Leadership Researcher, Capability Development Specialist, Designer of Competency Frameworks and Consultant. She earned her PhD at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Her scholarly writing, her experiences and her dissertation research have focused significantly on leadership development. Prior to her Master of Philosophy Degree, she had completed her Undergraduate Degree and Post Graduate Diploma from the University of the West Indies [UWI], Jamaica with First Class Honours and, distinction respectively. Dr. Ingleton has over seventeen years combined teaching, research and management experience at the high school level, Undergraduate, Masters and PhD levels in Jamaica and Canada. Her areas of research and teaching include Educational Leadership, Educational Policy and Planning, Instructional Leadership, School Improvement, Strategic Planning, Editorial Writing, Spanish Language, Literature and Culture. She has published papers on the Principalship, Transformational Leadership, and School Effectiveness. Dr. Ingleton was critical to the development of the Whole of Government Competency Framework and Professional Pathways for the Public Service in Jamaica. She is a certified Performance Coach, a motivational and sought-after keynote speaker on matters relating to leadership development, creating a culture of continuous improvement, authenticity and personal and professional advancement. Dr. Taneisha Ingleton is currently the Director/Principal at the National College for Educational Leadership and is pursuing a Bachelor of Laws. In December 2019, she launched her book, “Being, Learning and Doing: How Leaders Create Capabilities”. She delights in spending time with her husband, Carmichael, and their daughter, Chrysali.