Julie M. Wilson

Julie Margretta Wilson is Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for the Future of Learning, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping transform the factory model of education. Read More

Dr. Ed Nichols

Ed Nichols is a former teacher, principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent in public education for 30 years. He holds a Doctorate and Educational Specialist degree in Educational Administration from the University of Alabama.  He also holds a Bachelor and Masters degree in Music Education from the University of Tennessee. Read More

Grant Lichtman

Grant Lichtman is an internationally recognized thought leader in the drive to transform K-12 education. He speaks, writes, and works with fellow educators to build capacity and comfort with innovation in response to a rapidly changing world. Read More

Dr. Steve Miletto

Dr. Steve Miletto is Executive Director of the Heart of Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency and has been in public education for over 27 years, serving families as a classroom teacher, assistant principal, and a high school principal.  Read More

Gary Cohen

Gary is currently a partner and founder of CO2 Partners, LLC in Minneapolis Minnesota where he works as an executive coach and consultant.  He is also the co-founder and CEO for BOSS, an organization devoted to providing professional enhancement to school superintendents.  Read More

Kerry Flowers

Kerry Flowers started his own consulting business to help leaders at every stage of their journey increase their impact.  He wrote two books, one for corporations and one for churches, on how the culture in the organization determines the success.  Read More

Dr. Kevin Elko

Dr. Kevin Elko received his Bachelors in Biology Education and Coaching from California University of Pennsylvania where he was later inducted and named distinguished alumni. He then went on to West Virginia University where he received two Masters and a Doctorate and was twice inducted into the West Virginia University Hall of Fame. Read More