Trecina Green joined The Kirkland Group in February 2016, as vice-president of special projects. She has a wealth of expertise from her 14-year tenure at the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE), where she served as mathematics specialist, division director, bureau director in the Office of Curriculum and Instruction, associate superintendent in the Office of Instructional Enhancement, and Executive Director in the Office of Professional Development. She was involved with overseeing curriculum development and coordinating various efforts in the areas of reading/language arts, early childhood, mathematics, science, social studies, gifted, advanced placement, foreign language, visual and performing arts, library media, textbooks, the Mississippi Virtual Public School, and Response to Interventions (RtI). She coordinated professional development through a statewide system of support which included developing and delivering training and resources to help educators with the implementation of College and Career Ready standards and assessments, the Learning Forward Standards for Professional Learning, and the Literacy-based Promotion Act. She also provided oversight of the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, the Mississippi School for the Arts, the Mathematics and Science Partnership Grant, and the National Board Grant. At the Kirkland Group, Dr. Green provides support to districts in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessments administered through the Kirkland Online Assessment Tool (KOAT).