Peter H. Gerber

Founding Partner of EDG

Peter H. Gerber is a founding partner of The EdDesigns Group, Senior Advisor to the National Science Resources Center of the Smithsonian Institution, Executive National Representative of Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company, Senior Advisor to Young Audiences Arts for Learning (national office) and Director, Arts for Learning Lessons Program, and Special Advisor to the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education. He is former Chairman of the National Advisory Board for the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL), University of Indianapolis . He is the former Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Education Foundation (Seaside, CA and Seoul, Korea ) and founder-advisor of the South Florida Annenberg Challenge. Pete served as the first education program director of The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and was the first Staff Director for the National Council on Educational Research of the National Institute of Education. He also held senior staff positions at the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (U.S. Department of Education). He played a leading staff role in the National Commission on Excellence in Education that issued "A Nation at Risk" in 1983. Earning a bachelor's degree at Antioch College and master's degree at the University of Northern Colorado, he initiated faculty and administrative positions at Kauai Community College ( Hawaii ) and the Washington-Baltimore Campus of Antioch College ( Columbia , MD )


Larry S. Rosen

Founding Partner of EDG

Dr. Larry S. Rosen is a founding partner of The EdDesigns Group. He is President and CEO of the Institute for School Innovation based in Tallahassee, FL. Larry has more than 38 years' experience in teaching, administration and innovation in K-12 schools, human service organizations, community colleges and universities (including Johns Hopkins and Stetson) where he has served as a teacher, counselor, principal, professor, director, dean, and vice president. He served on several national boards including that of one of the nation’s largest health care systems. Larry spent five years during the 1990s on full-time assignment with the Walt Disney Company developing educational designs. He is a recognized expert in values development who has authored several books and developed many innovative programs, including school and curriculum design and teacher training nationwide in diverse areas. He received bachelor and master's degrees from the University of Dayton and a doctorate from St. Louis University.


Richard C. Kunkel

Senior Associate

Dr. Richard C. Kunkel is a professor and former Dean of the College of Education at Florida State University with more than 40 years experience in education. Rich is a national expert in curriculum development, teacher education and program evaluation with numerous publications and is currently president of the Dean's Association of colleges of education in Florida. Prior to service at Florida State Rich was head of the colleges of Education at Auburn University, The University of Nevada Las Vegas and St. Louis University. During the 1980s Rich served as the national executive director of NCATE the entity responsible for accrediting colleges of teacher education throughout the country. Additionally Rich has served as executive director of the Holmes Group and on many national committees and boards.

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