Roberta Selleck, PhD, is a consultant with 35 years of experience in public education. Dr. Selleck has worked as an elementary school teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent. She is a champion of educational reform for competency-based learning, leading the first large-scale district transition in the United States.
Dr. Selleck has served on the Colorado Governor’s Educational Council, Dow Chemical Community Board, and Girl Scouts of Illinois Board. She is also a member of several education associations and a past president of community-service clubs.
She is a talent recruiter for a nationally recognized search firm, scouting for thought leaders who can lead educational change.
Traveling around the globe, exploring the world captures her enthusiasm and curiosity. When not traveling, she spends as much time as possible with her children and grandchildren.
Dr. Selleck holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Southern Colorado; a master of arts from Western State College, Colorado; and a doctor of philosophy in educational administration from the University of Colorado.