What Really Matters When Leading and Supporting Schools
Dr. Todd Cutler will highlight key aspects (what really matters) to consider when leading and supporting schools and school districts.
About Dr. Todd Cutler:
Dr. Todd Cutler began his education career teaching and coaching at both the middle school and high school levels. He began his school administration career in 1998 and has served in an array of positions. He has been a Dean of Students, Assistant Principal, Principal. School Improvement Analyst, Administrative Coach, Deputy Superintendent, as well as Superintendent. Todd is currently serving as the Superintendent for the Lake Tahoe Unified School District.
Dr. Cutler attended New Mexico State University Where he was an Academic All-American Football player. He received his B.S. degree in Secondary Education from NMSU. Todd went on to earn his Masters in Education Administration from the University of Phoenix, and lastly earned his Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
Along with Dr. Cutler's educational and professional experience, he has demonstrated a commitment to be involved with the communities he has lived and worked. Examples include volunteering as a site director for Inner-City Games in Las Vegas, Nevada, serving as the Mayor of Fernley, Nevada, a member of the Susanville Rotary Board, a member of the Rocklin Education Excellence Foundation, Past President of the Rotary Club of Winters and served as the Vice President for the Winters Chamber of Commerce Board.
Todd has a philosophy of collaborative leadership. He understands the importance of engaging all stakeholders in the education process. He is committed to doing what is best for students and has a proven track record of improved student achievement under his service.