Mary Streshly

Educator and Educational Leadership Professional

An accomplished educator, Mary Streshly lectures and teaches the course Policy, Law, and the Political Economy of Education as a part-time faculty member at San Francisco State University (SFSU). She previously spent 5 years as assistant administrator educational services with the Campbell Union High School District in San Jose. Mary Streshly has earned a number of professional distinctions over the course of her three-decade career in education, including Teacher of the Year honors at San Marcos Unified. She has also made several presentations, including a transformative leadership presentation at multiple AASA/ACSA Women in Educational Leadership meetings.

Ms. Streshly studied English at the University of California, Berkeley, where she played on the university’s PAC 10 softball championship team. After earning her bachelor’s degree, she completed a master of English education program at San Diego State University and a school administration program at Cal State San Marcos. More recently, she earned a doctor of educational leadership at SFSU.

Burlingame, CA, US

Work Experience

Jan 2021 - Present

Part-Time Faculty
San Francisco State University

Jul 2007 - Jun 2012

High School Principal
Cabrillo Unified School District


Sep 2012 - May 2015

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
San Francisco State
Educational Leadership

Sep 1994 - May 1996

Master of Arts (MA)
San Diego State
English Education

Sep 1986 - Dec 1990

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

UC Berkeley

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