The Indiana Public Charter Schools Association has named Kevin Davis interim president. He previously served as the organization's vice president and chief operating officer.
July 17, 2013
Indianapolis, Ind. — Indiana Public Charter Schools Association is pleased to announce that Kevin Davis has been named interim president.
Previously, Davis was vice president and chief operating officer of IPCSA where he oversaw new school development operations and support for existing charter schools.
Before joining IPCSA, Davis was co-founder, president and chief executive officer of Options Charter Schools in Carmel and Noblesville. During his tenure, Davis co-authored the conversion charter school application for Options Charter School in Carmel and co-authored and led the team through the new school application in Noblesville.
Prior to his time at Options Charter Schools, Davis served as a principal and teacher in the Carmel and Speedway traditional public school systems.
Davis completed a B.A. in English from Ball State University and an M.S. in secondary administration from Indiana University. He continues his education by taking graduate-level coursework.
The Indiana Public Charter Schools Association offers services, advocacy and support for Indiana’s 75 public charter schools. Nearly 32,000 students attend public charter schools in Indiana. The Association web site is www.INcharters.org.
Source: Indiana Public Charter Schools Association