Speakers

Robert Ewy

Robert Ewy

Robert Ewy is a consultant in strategic planning, continuous improvement, and process management, assisting school districts that are serious about creating exceptional learning environments for students and satisfying professional working environments for staff. He was most recently the director of planning and quality programs for Community Consolidated School District 15. In this role, he was responsible for all aspects of organizational improvement, from the classroom to the boardroom. Ewy introduced the Baldrige criteria to the district and trained board members, all administrators, the professional teaching staff, and support staff in the principles and practices of continuous improvement. He was also responsible for all strategic planning activities and for the development and management of assessment processes and the district education data warehouse. He was the primary author of two state and two national Baldrige applications. The second state application won the highest recognition from the Lincoln Quality Foundation and the second national Baldrige application resulted in the 2003 Baldrige Award for District 15, the only educational organization to win the award that year and one of four school districts in the nation to ever win the award.
 

F. Mike Miles

Mike Miles

Mike Miles is the superintendent of the Harrison School District Two in Colorado Spring, CO. He also serves as an educational consultant and motivational speaker for school districts and other public organizations around the state. He is an accomplished practitioner of curriculum alignment, organizational effectiveness, leadership development, and systems thinking.
 

Terry Holliday

Terry Holliday

Terry K. Holliday is the superintendent of Iredell-Statesville Schools. He has worked in public education for more than 35 years, including 20 years in administrative roles and 15 years as a music teacher and band instructor.

Under Holliday’s leadership, Iredell-Statesville Schools became the 2008 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient.

Holliday holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Furman University, a master’s degree and educational specialist degree from Winthrop University, and a Ph.D. in education administration from the University of South Carolina.