Parvin Ahmadi has been a superintendent for eleven years, with the last six as the Superintendent of the Castro Valley Unified School District. Superintendent Ahmadi has served students in public schools as a teacher, principal, director, assistant superintendent and superintendent for the last thirty-three years. Parvin Ahmadi has served on the Association of California School Administrators Board of Directors for the last four years. She was elected as the Vice President of ACSA in 2021 and will be the President Elect in 2022 and President in 2023. Parvin is a fierce advocate for equity and public education and has been an instructor for the Superintendent Academy for the past nine years focusing on equity and instructional leadership.Superintendent Ahmadi was appointed by Speaker Rendon, to the Speaker's State Assembly Blue Ribbon Commission on Early Childhood, representing California Superintendents, to help develop the current blueprint for serving children 0-5. Parvin was selected as the Women of the Year in 2018 by Senator Weickowski for her work in public education and her advocacy for children and families in the Bay Area. Superintendent Ahmadi earned a bachelor’s degree from San Jose State, a master’s degree from National Louis University in Illinois, a certificate of completion from UCLA Anderson School of Management, and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Saint Mary’s College of California.