Roberta Selleck, PhD, is a consultant with 35 years of experience in public education. Dr. Selleck has worked as an elementary school teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent. She is a champion of educational reform for competency-based learning, leading the first large-scale district transition.
Roberta has served on the Colorado Governor’s Educational Council, Dow Chemical Community Board, and Girl Scouts of Illinois Board. She is also a member of several education associations and a past president of community-service clubs.
Dr. Selleck holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Southern Colorado; a master of arts from Western State College, Colorado; and a doctor of philosophy in educational administration from the University of Colorado.