Jack Wallace Resident Administrator / JWallace@augprep.org

Mr. Wallace started his teaching career in Dallas, Texas as an 8th grade Reading and Writing teacher at Thomas C. Marsh Middle School. During his time there, Marsh was one of the highest performing non-selective public middle schools in all of Dallas. After his time in Dallas, Mr. Wallace returned to Milwaukee to work for Teach For America. There he mentored over 40 1st and 2nd year teachers at schools all throughout the Milwaukee area. Since 2015, Mr. Wallace has held numerous roles at Carmen Northwest including World Cultures teacher, adviser, department head, and, most recently, Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Humanities.

Mr. Wallace will be teaching 9th grade Social Studies and will push students to become great analytical thinkers, readers, and writers. His primary goal as a teacher is to help students unleash their own greatness and put them closer to their individual goals.

Jack earned a bachelor’s degree at Yale University in history and has his Master of Business Administration from Milwaukee School of Engineering as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow. He recently became a father for the 1st time to a daughter, Ruby, and his wife is a nurse at St. Luke’s.

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