Essentials of School Business for Non-Business Administrators: Faculty

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Course Faculty

Brad Rathgeber

Brad Rathgeber

Brad Rathgeber is the Head of School/Chief Executive Officer of One Schoolhouse, a non-profit consortium of independent schools, which he helped found in 2009. Previously, Rathgeber worked as the director of technology at Holton-Arms School and ran a successful 1:1 laptop program. He has presented at many national and international conferences on online learning, including the Virtual School Symposium and the NAIS Annual Conference, and has been quoted on the topic of online learning in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and on PBS.

Jeff Shields

Jeff Shields

Jeff has been NBOA’s president and CEO since March 2010. Prior to joining NBOA, he spent almost 10 years at the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), serving most recently as senior vice president and chief planning officer. An active member of the American Society of Association Executives, Jeff earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in 2002 and was selected as an ASAE Fellow in 2008. He currently serves as a trustee for the One Schoolhouse, Inc., and Georgetown Day School in Washington, DC.

 

"The NBOA Course, Budget Meets Mission was an extremely practical way to dig into the financial side of school leadership. The work pushed me to think strategically about the factors involved in budgeting and gave real examples as models. It allowed me to reflect on our practices and think proactively."

Shelly Luke Wille

Shelly Luke Wille

Assistant Head of School, Chadwick School

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