Kim Marshall is a former Boston Public Schools teacher, principal, and central- office curriculum director, now coaches principals, gives workshops and courses on school leadership, and consults with school districts, often on rethinking teacher supervision and evaluation. He publishes the weekly Marshall Memo, summarizing best practices from 64 publications, and is the author of Rethinking Teacher Supervision and Evaluation (Jossey-Bass, 2009, second edition 2013).
CEO GUEST SPEAKER
Mark H. Yeager, Ph.D., CAS, FAAIDD
Dr. Mark Yeager has been in service to people with autism spectrum disorders and other intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1975. His experiences range from being a classroom teacher to program developer creating new and innovative community-based programs. Dr. Yeager is considered the foremost authority on autism spectrum disorders in the State of Mississippi. He has dedicated his professional career to advocacy and leadership in this field. His contributions are not limited to Mississippi. He is the author of the Autism Bill of Rights. This document guides the service delivery system outlining the obligations we all have in serving individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Yeager is currently the Coordinator for Special Education Programs at William Carey University. He also serves as the Executive Director of TEAAM Autism and The Center Ridge Outpost, home of one-of-a-kind adventure-based programs of which Dr. Yeager is the Founder.