Mark S. Miller
Mark S. Miller is currently a regional consultant for the State Support Team Region 12, a branch of the Ohio Department of Education. The primary role of the State Support Team is to offer professional development to teachers and administrators across Ohio to improve student achievement. Prior to joining the "SST," Mark was superintendent of the Buckeye Local School District in Dillonvale, Ohio. He also serves as an adjunct lecturer for Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio. Mark teaches both graduate and under graduate education courses. Not only has he served as a superintendent in the state of Ohio for 10 years, but he has also held positions as a high school principal, special education coordinator, intervention specialist and social studies teacher.

Mark has an earned doctorate degree from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh and is actively involved in scholarly writing and conference presentations. His most recent presentations were for the Learning Disabilities Association in Baltimore in February 2017 (progress monitoring) and the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education in Austin, Texas, in March 2017 (growth mindsets). He has presented at conferences across the globe in person and via virtual mode. He lives with his wife and two children in Ohio.