When Your Word Is Everything: Being a Leader of Honor and Integrity

If someone sees or hears my name, if that person wants to know who Debbie Shaler Williams is, I want my record of achievement to speak for itself. I want that individual to know that my leadership on behalf of Pacific Point Academy is a testament to innovation, in the classroom, and compassion, to and for the children my staff has the chance to teach.

A leader acts this way because of what that person believes; because of what that man or woman will do, for the betterment of those who seek — and for the good of those who demand — leadership in its purest form, inspiring to many and helpful to all.

That principle governs my behavior — and I hope it motivates others, too.

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