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Steve Ventura

Steve Ventura is a highly motivational and knowledgeable speaker who approaches high stakes professional development with practical, research-based strategies. Steve is a former elementary, middle, and high school teacher. His administrative experience encompass those of assistant principal, principal, director, and superintendent.

Howard, Gary

Gary R. Howard

Gary R. Howard has more than 40 years of experience working with issues of civil rights, social justice, equity, education, and diversity, including 25 years as the Founder of the REACH Center for Multicultural Education. He is a key­note speaker, writer, and workshop leader who has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Australia. Mr.

Ainsley Rose

Ainsley Rose, with over 40 years of experience in education, is a certified lead Visible Learning associate who specializes in systemic changes that impact teaching and learning.

Shelly Arneson

Besides being a lifelong educator, Shelly Arneson is an author and consultant. She taught Special Education for several years in Texas and New Mexico before becoming a guidance counselor in elementary and middle schools. Her last seven years in public schools were spent as a school principal. Shelly graduated with her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from University of West Florida in August of 2012.

Thompson, Rufus

Rufus Thompson

Rufus Thompson is a retired K-12 educator, coach, adjunct professor, and Technology Coordinator. He worked and served for 30 years in California public schools, at four California universities as an Adjunct Professor educating teacher candidates and teachers, and as a Technology and Best Practices Consultant.

Hebert, Constance

Constance R. Hebert

Dr. Connie Hebert is dedicated to catching students by motivating, teaching, and inspiring educators and parents.   She has presented seminars, model lessons, and inspirational keynote addresses and has authored numerous books focusing on how to grow smart, appreciative, literate, and engaged students.

Steineke, Nancy

Nancy H. Steineke

Nancy Steineke, a former high school English, social studies, and vocational education teacher, now consults nationally as a keynote speaker, workshop presenter, webinar leader, and classroom coach for K-12 teachers. Nancy keeps the focus on research-supported manageable strategies that help teachers get the job done in ways that best benefit students.


Bundy, Lewis

Lewis G. Bundy

Lewis Bundy has spent his career working for social justice.  He has been a teacher, an administrator, a community organizer and a desegregation consultant.  As an organization development consultant, he has provided training and technical assistance to a number of educational and non-profit agencies.

Fulton, Kathleen

Kathleen P. L. Fulton

Kathleen Fulton is a writer and education consultant specializing in teaching quality and technology.  She served as Director, Reinventing Schools for the 21st Century, at the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF) for ten years.  Before joining NCTAF, Ms.

Myatt, Keith

Keith T. Myatt

Keith T. Myatt, Ed.D., recently retired as a full time Instructor from the School Leadership Programs at California State University, Dominguez Hills.  Prior to that he worked at the Los Angeles County Office of Education in Educational leadership Services as a director in the California School Leadership Academy. He is coauthor of Cultural Proficient Education: An Asset-Based Response to Conditions of Poverty.

Pahl, Jarvis

Jarvis V.N.C. Pahl

Jarvis V.N.C. Pahl is executive director of Pahl Business & Educational Consortium (PBEC). She taught biology and microbiology in California, Maryland, Connecticut, and Brazil. She also taught while in the Peace Corps, and in Botswana Africa. As a school administrator, she worked in California high schools and school districts. She was a member of the Graduate School of Education’s School Management Program at the University of California in Los Angeles.

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