Traci M. Hogan is the Assistant Superintendent for Special Education for Greenville County Schools in Greenville, SC. Greenville County Schools is the largest school district in South Carolina and serves over 76,000 students. Ms. Hogan is responsible for the programming and services for over 11,000 students with disabilities. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communication Disorders from Marshall University and holds elementary principal and superintendent certifications. Ms. Hogan has 23 years of experience in special education which includes working with the South Carolina public school system and the private health sector. She has experience in administration at small, mid-sized, and large districts as well as varying geographical areas. Ms. Hogan completed the South Carolina Education Policy Fellowship Program through the Institute for Educational Leadership where she worked diligently on the legislation that now enables certain students with disabilities in the South Carolina to earn a state employability credential. She has participated in the Women’s Leadership Institute through Furman University’s Corporate and Professional Development and was a member of the Upstate XXVI Upstate Class of the Diversity Leaders Initiative through the Riley Institute at Furman University. Ms. Hogan is a member of many professional organizations and has worked on a variety of state task forces. She is currently a member of the Executive Board for the South Carolina Association for the Supervision and Curriculum Development (SCASCD.) In May 2019, Ms. Hogan was named the District Administrator of the Year by her peers in Greenville County Schools.