Warren Instructional Network Professional Development is committed to offering high quality consulting services for all educators. It is our goal to maximize each professional learning opportunity with teachers and help them make a positive impact with students in the classroom.

Over the past four years, Warren Instructional Network (WIN) has provided many professional learning opportunities for Dallas ISD literacy coaches, teachers, and administrators to support the district’s literacy goals and objectives. As the district has placed more of an emphasis on topics related to a balanced-literacy classroom (e.g.,whole group, small group, and individual instruction), WIN has worked to find experts in the field in those areas. 


Kyle is the founder and President of Warren Instructional Network. He has been responsible for representing companies who provide supplemental educational materials to DFW districts and working to
build strong customer relationships with area teachers and administrators for the past 15 years. Kyle began his career as an educator, teaching language arts, social studies and
physical education. Kyle earned his Masters Degree in the Art of Teaching from Austin College and is a frequent speaker to area literacy, bilingual groups for educators. Kyle resides in Frisco with his wife, Shelly, and two children.

You can reach Kyle at: kyle@warrenin.com


Cynde began her career as an educator 30 years ago. She taught 2nd grade and 1st grade for 18 years before working as a district administrator. Her administrative experience was in Abilene ISD as the Director of English Language Arts and Bilingual/ESL as well as serving as Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Technology Integration for Wylie-Abilene ISD. Cynde earned her Master’s Degree in instructional technology from Texas Tech University and is completing her doctorate in educational administration at Texas A&M Commerce. She works with districts in West Texas and she is passionate about working with educators to help students achieve their full educational potential. Cynde resides in Abilene with her husband, Mark, and two children.

You can reach Cynde at: cynde@warrenin.com


Michael Rossi represents several educational publishers and specializes in the development of literacy-rich classrooms and assisting educators in carrying out goals and objectives in school districts. He takes pride in being a steward for districts. As a former bilingual teacher, Michael advocates for all students in helping them become the best readers and writers possible. And with a master's degree in Education Administration from Texas A&M Commerce, he identifies with administrators and is sensitive to the needs of a school and school district, as well as the teachers and students being served. Michael is husband to JoAnn and a proud father of four boys. He lives in Lake Highlands.

You can reach Michael at: michael@warrenin.com


Andrea's educational career includes teaching high school English, ESOL, AVID, Instructional Coach experience, and finally serving as the Secondary English Language Arts & Reading Coordinator for McKinney ISD. She received a Bachelor of Arts with a focus in English, and a Master of Arts in Teaching, from Austin College. Helping teachers provide authentic and relevant learning experiences for students is what drives and motivates Andrea as she works to support area teachers and administrators. Andrea resides in McKinney, with husband, Austin, their son, Blaze Carroll, and daughter, Bauer Kate.

You can reach Andrea at: andrea@warrenin.com


As third generation educator, Lauren's career began 18 years ago as an elementary ELAR teacher in Central Texas. She was an early adopter of balanced literacy, studying the work of Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell, Marie Clay, and Lucy Calkins as a young teacher. Lauren served as a classroom teacher, ESL teacher, literacy specialist, instructional coach, and assistant principal before becoming a district administrator in Belton ISD. As K-12 Director of Language Arts & Reading and Bilingual/ESL, she worked with campuses and teachers to implement a workshop approach to literacy instruction where student voice and choice is valued. 
Lauren received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University-College Station, and a Master of Education in Education Administration from Texas A&M Central Texas. Her role in leadership and implementation of literacy best practices makes her uniquely qualified to assist schools and district meet their literacy needs. Lauren lives in Temple with her husband, Robby, and daughter Penny Kate.

You can reach Lauren at: lauren@warrenin.com


Austin's educational career in education started with coaching and teaching Social Studies and moved into Campus Administration after a decade. He earned a Bachelor's of Arts with a focus in Social Studies and a Master's of Arts in Teaching from Austin College, in Sherman, TX. Austin, in every sense of life, works to ensure that whatever need there is it is met. That want has transferred from the field to the classroom to the campus building and now to the district leaders he works with. Austin resides in McKinney, with wife, Andrea, their son, Blaze Carroll, and daughter, Bauer Kate.

You can reach Austin at: austin@warrenin.com