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Dr. Miller-Brown has spent 37 years in education as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, director of professional development, director of middle schools and chief academic officer in public schools. Her expertise lies in the areas of school improvement, equitable achievement, adult and student learning and developing positive, collaborative cultures. She is currently teaching in leadership programs for adult learners at University of Denver and University of Colorado at Denver.



Dr. Stevenson was born in Scotland and attended Oxford University, where she earned a BA in geography. She worked as a teacher and assistant principal in Texas. Since moving to Colorado, she has been a principal, chief academic officer, and university lecturer, as well as a coach and consultant. In addition to her qualifications to be a school administrator, she has earned a master's degree in special education, a PhD in human and organizational development, and is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation.



Dr. Wheeler-Clouse is an expert in school improvement, classroom instruction, school leadership, curriculum, and assessment. She has 33 years in education, working directly with school, district, and teacher leaders on improving student achievement through research-based practices, transitioning to the common core, and applying effective evaluation to meet standards. She is currently an educational consultant, leading schools and districts all over the world on implementing systemic initiatives to continuous school improvement.