Planning, executing and implementing successful school tax elections are some of the most important, high-stakes leadership challenges that school administrators undertake. This session is for school administrators and solution providers involved in any aspect of capital projects from planning, to breaking ground, through the finishing touches. Participants will learn how to better interact and network with districts who are crafting and implementing bond/levy initiatives.
March 25, 2020, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)
The Amos Group
Chuck Amos has more than two and a half decades of experience in the EdTech industry and currently serves as CEO of Minnesota-based GuideK12 and as the principle of The Amos Group. Amos began his career in the EdTech world with Apple, serving as the Central US Education Regional Manager before cofounding Atomic Learning, a leading provider of web-based education software training. As the principle of The Amos Group, Chuck has been involved in creating a variety of programs serving the needs of education including statewide implementation of programs, professional development offerings, school networking, technology planning and implementation, educational budgeting at the local level, state and national level. The Amos Group publishes SchoolBondFinder for education solution providers and SchoolBondNetwork for school district administrators to better network and collaborate with each other for purchasing, best practices and implementations of large capital projects.
The Amos Group
Vice President Sales & Marketing
Rachel Wisnefski has over 10 years of extensive experience in business development and education market expertise. She serves as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for The Amos Group, parent company of SchoolBondFinder and SchoolBondNetwork. She previously represented LingoBus, a global E-learning Mandarin Immersion platform and sister company to VIPKID. In her role, she represented the company to current and prospective stakeholders, policy makers, partners, and government entities for the purpose of raising awareness of the brand in the private and public sectors. Dr. Wisnefski also serves as a representative on the Beaufort County Board of Education, serving the Beaufort County School District's diverse student body of over 22,000 students, and on the Board of Trustees for the Beaufort Jasper County Academy of Career Excellence.