The SPI Team is pleased to welcome Dr. Gordon Pritz, a public education professional with 40 years of experience.
Gordon spent the last 22 years of his career in positions of education leadership, serving as an assistant principal, high school principal, associate superintendent, and the final seven years as superintendent in the Douglas County School System in Georgia.
Gordon taught in Cobb County Schools for 16 years and coached teams to eight state championships as a head coach at both Wheeler and McEachern high schools.
Upon his retirement from school district systems, Gordon began teaching graduate level courses as an adjunct professor and aiding in educational legal matters as an expert witness.
After graduating from Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, he began his teaching career in Monticello, Indiana, and after that moved his family to Cobb County, Georgia, to begin another teaching position.
Gordon earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Taylor University in Indiana, a master’s degree in educational leadership and administration from Georgia State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in educational leadership and administration from Nova Southeastern University.
He continues to serve on numerous advisory boards. His vast knowledge of public school systems and the relationships he has fostered during the past 40 years will add significant depth to the SPI Consulting Team and the clients it serves.