Richard Bowman

Chief Information and Strategy Officer, Albuquerque Public Schools

Dr. Bowman has worked in education for more than two decades. After earning his doctorate at the RAND Corporation's Pardee RAND Graduate School in Policy Analysis (Quantitative Methods and Education Policy), he worked with Albuquerque Public Schools as a Harvard Graduate School Strategic Data Project Fellow to increase the strategic use of data and accountability through the Strategic Data Project at HGSE’s Center for Education Policy. While in New Mexico, Dr. Bowman was asked to serve on the state teacher evaluation advisory council (NMTEACH) and spent four years at Santa Fe Public Schools as the Chief Information and Strategy Officer, where he led the digital learning, technology, accountability, and data analysis initiatives of the district. Deeply committed to equity in education, he returned to Albuquerque Public Schools in 2016 to continue his strategic approach to improving educational outcomes for all students and the collaborative implementation of educational technology. Currently, Dr. Bowman is a Board Member at the Association for Education Finance and Policy and the Chief Information and Strategy Officer for Albuquerque Public Schools.

John Cronin

Senior Research Fellow and Former Vice President of Education Research, NWEA

Dr. Cronin is an expert on issues related to testing and has published on assessments impact on school accountability and teacher evaluation practices. He consults with educational leaders on questions related to standards, accountability, and evaluation. He has consulted for the U.S. Department of Education, the Texas Association of School Administrators, the New York State Council of School Superintendents, the National Association of Elementary School Principals and others on issues related to testing and accountability. As a Research Fellow he works alongside a team at NWEA that is focused on research improving learning with a focus on equity and educational policy. In his work as an NWEA Vice President he developed research partnerships with institutions such as Vanderbilt University, Stanford University, the University of Delaware, the Rand Corporation, and others.

Robert H. Meyer

Founder and Board President, Education Analytics

Dr. Meyer is a research professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who founded the University’s Value-Added Research Center. He is nationally known for his work on value-added modeling, evaluation methods, and strategic management of human capital. He has worked with school districts and local and state education agencies since the early 1990s to create and implement systems to evaluate and support student growth. Among his accomplishments, Dr. Meyer was awarded a Senior Urban Education Research Fellowship from the Council of Great City Schools in 2007 and received the University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research in 2010.

Carlos Robledo

Independent Business Development Consultant and Former Infosys Global Alliances Director

Mr. Carlos Robledo is a self-employed business consultant leading business development projects in the private industry. He works primarily with high-tech startups in the Boston area, helping them drive revenue growth and expand their market presence. Prior to becoming an independent consultant, Carlos worked as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and as Director of Business Development at two leading Field Service Management software companies. Additionally, Carlos serves as a business mentor at the non-profit EforAll in Lawrence, MA. Carlos is passionate about empowering people and enabling organizations to achieve growth through effective business partnering. Carlos has particular interest in engaging with the local LatinX community and using his experience and leadership skills to serve organizations that improve the lives of LatinX people. He hopes to use his experience to enable a brighter future through access to better education opportunities and to facilitate a smooth integration into the American workforce.

David J. Steele

Former Chief Information and Technology Officer and Project Director for Hillsborough County’s (Florida) Empowering Effective Teachers Initiative

Dr. Steele earned a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Florida, Master of Education at Harvard University, and Ph.D. at the University of South Florida. During his thirty-five year career he served the district as a high school math teacher, assistant principal, International Baccalaureate coordinator, high school principal, and General Director for Secondary Education. As Project Director for the Empowering Effective Teachers program, Dr. Steele was integrally involved in the design and implementation of Hillsborough’s teacher and leader evaluation and professional development systems.

It’s hard to describe the passion, zeal, and desire to serve others that comes from everyone at Education Analytics. It’s truly contagious.

Former EA Board Member