Forum Keynote Speaker

Stephanie Pace Marshall, Ph.D.
Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy®

Keynote Address Saturday, July 7
Time and Title to be announced

Dr. Stephanie Pace Marshall is internationally recognized as a pioneer and innovative leader, teacher, speaker and writer on issues of leadership, learning and schooling, gifted and talented education, mathematics and science education, and the design of generative and life-affirming learning organizations. She is the founding President of the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.

Prior to becoming IMSA’s founding President, Dr. Marshall served as the Superintendent of Schools in Batavia, Illinois, and worked as a national strategic planner. She has held numerous statewide leadership positions including President of the Illinois Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, a member of the Governor’s Science and Technology Advisory Committee, Chairman of the State Board of Education’s Gifted Policy Advisory Committee, member of the Resource Committee of the Metropolitan Planning Council of Chicago, and a member of the National Commission for the Illinois Institute of Technology. She is currently a member of the President’s Council of Northwestern University. She has taught at every educational level from elementary school through the doctoral level and has served as a member of the graduate faculty at National Louis University and Loyola University.

Dr. Marshall received a B.A. from Queens College in New York City, a Master’s of Arts Degree in Curriculum Philosophy from the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Industrial Relations from Loyola University of Chicago. She holds three Honorary Doctorates from Illinois Wesleyan University, Aurora University, and North Central College.

In 1993, Dr. Marshall was elected President of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development International (ASCD), the largest educational leadership organization in the world (over 175,000 members). Dr. Marshall was a consultant to the U. S. Department of Education’s Overseas Schools, and also to the Near East School Administrators. She continues to consult internationally and is currently working with the Government of South Australia on a major project called Learning to Learn.


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