Stanley J. Durtan, Ed.D. – Associate
Stan Durtan’s professional efforts in recent years have focused on School Board Development and school board and administrative staff team building as well as on mentoring educators as they seek to maximize their career potential. He has conducted searches for school superintendents. The Roles and Responsibilities of school boards is a particular area of interest and expertise.
Stan’s 35-plus years of experience in public education include extensive experience in a variety of line and staff administrative positions. He was a Superintendent in Pennsylvania for more than 20 years and has been an Assistant Superintendent, High School Principal, Middle School Principal, School Psychologist and English Teacher. His memberships and activities follow:
American Association of School Administrators; Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators; Phi Delta Kappa; Montgomery County Supervisors and Administrators Association; Suburban Schools’ Study Council; Horace Mann League; Century Club.
President Montgomery County Supervisors and Administrators Association; President Suburban Schools Study Council; Member PASA Resolutions Committee; Member PASA Board of Governors; Montgomery County Representative on Four County Consortium for Health Insurance; Montgomery County Representative to TOPS Organization; Facilitator for Superintendents Leadership Development Program; IDEA Fellow (6 years).
Board of Directors Ambler Area YMCA; Conshohocken Community Recreation Center Steering Committee; National Exchange Club, Blue Bell Rotary Club; Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce; Fredericksburg City Recreation Commission; Executive Board Colonial Foundation for Educational Innovation; Executive Board Wissahickon Educational Opportunities Foundation.
Stan’s extensive experience in working at all levels of public school systems provides him with a unique perspective on the issues faced by School Board’s and educators.
Stan holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Bucknell Uyniversity, a Master’s degree from Bucknell University, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Virginia.