Tim Brown has over 20 years of experience in administration at both the primary and secondary levels. He excels at creating a positive school climate based on collaboration among educators. At his last school, Campbell Elementary in Missouri, Tim and his staff instituted the principles of PLCs, with amazing results. The school became a flagship of success and gained national recognition for its unique model of connecting the school to the business community.
After retiring from Springfield Public Schools, Tim became a project director for the Missouri Professional Learning Communities Program. Working at a variety of school sites, he developed presentations and training programs, conducted team meetings, and helped teams examine data and write SMART goals. The schools he worked with all reported increases in student achievement. In 2005, he was selected to represent his state as the National Distinguished Elementary Principal.
Tim has been active in numerous professional committees and task forces and received several awards and honours for his leadership. He holds a bachelor's degree in special education as well as master's and specialist degrees in educational administration.