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Strategy 6 Solutions is a leading strategy and management consulting firm serving clients operating in government-driven markets. Working with corporate and non-profit, Strategy 6 Solutions delivers sophisticated, fact-based solutions in the areas of strategic growth and mergers and acquisition support. With deep sector expertise, analytically rigorous consulting methodologies, and a uniquely flexible service model, Strategy 6 Solutions provides clients with the insights and advice they need to succeed in dynamic customer environments.
RaeShawn Crosson serves as the Principal focusing on supporting organizations with operational management and business process re-engineering. Crosson has served in various roles with the District of Columbia government.
As the Office of the State Superintendent of Education's Chief Operating Officer, RaeShawn Crosson was responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of the agency. Crosson was responsible for delivering cutting edge customer analytics, operational excellence and human capital management. Crosson managed the agency’s support related to human resources, procurement, student hearing office, operations, customer service, and day-to-day functions of the agency including, facilities management, general operations, correspondence, tuition processing, and workforce development.
In 2008, Crosson led and spearheaded the human capital transition of state-level functions from 5 government agencies to create the Office of the State Superintendent of Education as a result of the Public Education Reform Act of 2007. The state education agency grew from 83 to 2,200 employees in the first two years.
In February of 2013, Crosson was named the Interim Assistant Superintendent of Early Learning. During her tenure, OSSE demonstrated that Pre-K education is valuable to the District and how it has made an impact for students who participated in Pre-K programs and scored higher proficiency rates in the 3rd grade