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  1. Michael T. Adamson

    Michael T. Adamson

    Leadership

    Michael T. Adamson, Ed.D., is the Director of Board Services at the Indiana School Boards Association, Adamson is a former school board member of the Avon Community School Corporation in Avon, Indiana where he served for a total of 20 years, from 1974-78 and 1984-2000.

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  2. Lisa Almeida

    Lisa Almeida

    Assessment Leadership

    Lisa Almeida has more than a decade of experience delivering professional development and implementation support to educators. She is recognized for effective leadership in areas such as standards, assessment, and professional learning communities.

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  3. Justin Baeder

    Justin Baeder

    Leadership

    Justin Baeder is director of The Principal Center, where he helps school and district administrators build capacity for instructional leadership. Driven by the belief that leaders belong in classrooms—where the most important work is being done—he created the 21-Day Instructional Leadership Challenge, which has helped more than 10,000 leaders from 50 countries develop the habit of getting into classrooms and having evidence-based conversations with teachers.

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  4. Bradley Balch

    Bradley Balch

    Leadership

    Bradley Balch, PhD, is a professor and dean emeritus at Indiana State University. Dr. Balch previously served as a superintendent, principal, assistant principal, and teacher. His experiences range from working in rural settings to urban schools with varying socioeconomic statuses and academic performances.

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  5. Anne E. Conzemius

    Anne E. Conzemius

    Leadership Professional Learning Communities School Improvement Teams

    Anne E. Conzemius, a trainer and coach, has served as director of employee development and training for Wisconsin’s Department of Employment Relations, and as assistant state superintendent at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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  6. Robert Eaker

    Robert Eaker

    Leadership School Improvement Teams

    Robert Eaker, EdD, is a professor emeritus at Middle Tennessee State University, where he also served as dean of the College of Education and interim vice president and provost.

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  7. John F.  Eller

    John F. Eller

    Leadership School Improvement Teams

    John F. Eller, PhD, has served as director of a doctoral program at St. Cloud State University. He is a former principal, director of a principal’s training center, and assistant superintendent.

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  8. Sheila A.  Eller

    Sheila A. Eller

    Leadership School Improvement Teams

    Sheila A. Eller, EdD, is a middle school principal for Mounds View Public Schools in Minnesota. She is a former principal, university professor, special education teacher, Title I math teacher, and teacher.

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  9. Cassandra Erkens

    Cassandra Erkens

    Assessment Leadership Teams

    Cassandra Erkens is a presenter, facilitator, coach, trainer of trainers, keynote speaker, author, and above all, a teacher. She presents nationally and internationally on assessment, instruction, school improvement, and professional learning communities.

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  10. Francis (Skip) Fennell

    Francis (Skip) Fennell

    Leadership Mathematics

    Francis (Skip) Fennell, PhD, is a professor of education at McDaniel College in Maryland. He is a past president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).

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