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Curriculum vitae

  2. 2. • P.O. Box 387, Russellville, MO 65074 • Tel: 573-353-3499 • Email:
  3. 3. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND William Woods University, Fulton, MO Doctoral student, Educational Leadership 2013-present Walden University, Minneapolis, MN Doctoral student, K-12 Curriculum and Instruction 2000-2006, 96 hours completed
  4. 4. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO Masters of Education Special Education Administration, 1997 Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO Bachelor of Education, Special Education, 1992
  5. 5. CERTIFICATIONS Special Education K12 , 1992 •Learning Disabilities •Mental Retardation Special Education K12, 1993 •Behavioural/Emotional Disorders Special Education Director, 1997 Elementary Principal, 1998 Career Development Facilitator - 2014
  6. 6. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • July 2006 – present, Assistant Director, Effective Practices, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Jefferson City, MO. 65102. •   • Provide leadership for state in the area of post- secondary education • Contract manager for multiple universities in the delivery of evidence based practices • State Coordinator for model dropout prevention schools with Clemson University, Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities
  7. 7. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • State Contact for University of Minnesota for Check and Connect Pilot Program. • Contract manager for University of Kansas Transition Coalition for comprehensive professional development for transition • State Contact for University of Oregon National Post School Outcomes Center for post-graduate data collection
  8. 8. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • State contact for PROJECT SEARCH , Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio • State contact for National Transition Technical Assistance Center, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC • Assist in the development of activities and evaluation for the Special Education State Performance Plan.
  9. 9. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • William Woods University, Adjunct Faculty • 2007 – present • Adjunct instructor for face to face and online program • Instructor of the following courses: •   • Exceptional Child • Current Issues in Education • Special Education Program Administration • Curriculum Construction • Supervision • Leadership and Management of Instructional Curricula • In Special Education Programs • Advanced Learning Theories •   •  
  10. 10. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • Eldon School District, Eldon, MO • Elementary Principal 4-6 • August 1996 – July 2006   • Responsible for day to day operation of elementary building of 460 students and 65 staff members • Data analysis for improved performance • Instructional leadership including staff and program evaluations • Supervision of budget
  11. 11. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Elementary Principal, PreK-3 August 1997-August 2000 Eldon School District, Eldon, MO •Assisted with supervision of 85 staff members •Trained educators in action research •Maintained responsibility for grade level teams •Assisted with student discipline •Supervised Special Education Programs
  12. 12. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • Eldon School District, Eldon, Missouri • Special Education Director • August 1996-August 1997 •   • Assured compliance with state and federal programs • Completed all reports associated with Special Education and Title Programs • Responsible for state and federal budgets • Investigated and resolved Child Complaints • Attended Individual Education Plans meetings • Created and maintained procedural manuals • Supervised program for Early Childhood Education
  13. 13. PRESENTATIONS • Gilpin, B., & Morningstar, M., (2007 March). Transition activities across The state of Missouri: where are we: where are we headed. Presentation at the Missouri State Special Education Advisory Panel •   • Gilpin, B., (2008 February). Transition efforts in Missouri. Presentation for the Missouri Blind Task Force, Columbia, Mo. •   •
  14. 14. PRESENTATIONS • Gilpin, B., & Luetkemeyer, B., (2009 September). It’s not just about compliance anymore. Presentation to Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education, Lake Ozark, MO. •   • Gilpin, B., (2010, November). Missouri transition efforts impact data. Presentation to the Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education, Lake Ozark, MO.
  15. 15. PRESENTATIONS •   •   • Gilpin, B., (2011,July). Transition outcomes project. Presented at the New Directors of Special Education Conference, Jefferson City, MO. •   • Gilpin, B., (2011, September). Charting a path to success: building systems to improve results and compliance in Special Education. Missouri Council of Administrators of Education, Lake Ozark, MO.
  16. 16. PRESENTATIONS • Gaumer Erickson, A., & Gilpin, B., Secondary transition: the impact of Research-based professional development. Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education Annual Conference, Lake Ozark, MO.  • Augustine, K., Hannah, L., Gilpin, B, & Wysocki, M. (2011, October). Voices from the field: impacting attendance by concentrating on student engagement. Presented at the 23rd annual conference of the National Dropout Prevention Network, Schaumburg, Ill. •  
  17. 17. PRESENTATIONS • McCall, Z., Noonan, P., & Gilpin, B., (October, 2011). Collaboration in a State interagency transition team: A mixed methods social networking analysis. DCDT Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO. •   • Gilpin, B., (2011 November). Transition Initiatives. Missouri Council of Private Schools Association, Jefferson City. MO. •  
  18. 18. PRESENTATIONS • Gilpin, B. (2012, May). Missouri Graduation Project: The Journey. Presented at the National Secondary Transition and Technical Assistance Center Capacity Building Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina. • Gaumer Erickson, A., & Gilpin, B., (2012, September). What’s New in Transition? • Presented at the Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri.
  19. 19. PUBLICATIONS •   • Gaumer Erickson, A., Noonan, P., Brussow, J. and Gilpin, B., (2013 March). The Impact of IDEA Indicator 13 Compliance on Postsecondary Outcomes, Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals, Published online. DOI: 10.1177/2165143413481497 •  
  20. 20. SERVICE • 2003 Missouri Professional Learning Communities Project • 2007 The University of Kansas Transition Course Series • 2007 Ready to Work Certificate – legislative mandate • 2007 Missouri Youth Leadership Forum – Board • 2007 Administrative Mentoring Program – Board • 2007 Vocational Rehabilitation Board – Governor Appointed • 2007 National Dropout Prevention Center – Students with Disabilities ( Technical Assistance)
  21. 21. SERVICE • 2007 National Science Foundation – Missouri Team • 2009 Transformation Workgroup Subcommittee – Mental Health • 2009 Missouri Career and Technical Education Advisory • 2011 National Post School Outcomes Center – (Technical Assistance) • 2012 Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council – Governor Appointed
  22. 22. SERVICE • 2013 National Secondary Transition and Technical Assistance Center
  23. 23. PERSONAL INFORMATION • I am married, live on 14 acres in the country and enjoy many pursuits including water activities, working out, reading, traveling, concerts, professional sports and sewing. • I have three children. All three work in professional positions and I am very proud of them. • My ultimate goal is to pursue work about which I am passionate and continue on the path of lifelong learning.