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RTM K-12

National Advisory Board

The RTM K-12 National Advisory Board gathers annually to collaborate and provide our team with direction and feedback to ensure that our work within the K-12 community is timely, accurate and impactful. The Board is comprised of industry thought leaders and consultants that are true innovators driving change in the K-12 sector. If you are interested in getting involved, please email info@rtmbusinessgroup.com for more information – we would love to hear from you!

Advisory Members

Dr. Susan Enfield
Dr. Susan Enfield

Superintendent

Highline Public Schools

Dr. Steve Joel
Dr. Steve Joel

Superintendent

Lincoln Public Schools

Dr. Sheryl Abshire
Dr. Sheryl Abshire

Former Chief Technology Officer

Calcasieu Parish Public Schools

Scott Bailey
Scott Bailey

Superintendent

Desert Sands Unified School District

Kathleen Smith, JD
Kathleen Smith, JD

Superintendent

Salem Public Schools

Marlo Gaddis
Marlo Gaddis

Chief Technology Officer

Wake County Public Schools

Robert Neu
Robert Neu

Former Superintendent & Leadership Consultant



Joseph Williams
Joseph Williams

Executive Director of Information Technology

Perris Union High School District

Kirk Langer
Kirk Langer

Chief Technology Officer

Lincoln Public Schools

Grant Bennett
Grant Bennett

Superintendent

Perris Union High School District

Jeff McCoy
Jeff McCoy

Associate Superintendent for Academics

Greenville County Schools

Dr. Tim Clark
Dr. Tim Clark

Former Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Digital Media

Chicago Public Schools \

Gary Brantley
Gary Brantley

Chief Information Officer

City of Atlanta

Dr. Knox Phillips
Dr. Knox Phillips

Former Associate Superintendent, Office of Accountability

DeKalb County School District

Dr. Philip D. Lanoue
Dr. Philip D. Lanoue

Former Superintendent & Author



Jeff Kohrman
Jeff Kohrman

Information Technology Officer

Spring Independent School District

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The RTM Northeast Innovation Forum was created by a demand in the current K-12 education market space to be able to reach top level district leaders and move the industry forward.