Vice President Sales
Bob Luchenbill served for eleven years as a Superintendent of Schools in Michigan, as well as serving for ten years as a principal, athletic director and assistant principal, following a successful term as a teacher and coach. While Superintendent, his district was considered for state recognition by the Michigan Quality Council for the Baldrige Award for Leadership and Bob was named Regional Superintendent of the Year. As President of the Center for Educational Leadership LLC, Bob did extensive consulting work in Curriculum Development, School Finance/Budgeting, and Human Resources. As a consultant with Excellence in Education LLC, Bob helped develop and provide graduate level continuing education courses with credits granted through North Dakota State University and Spring Arbor University (Michigan). Bob was also involved in sales where he won several awards. His peers selected him as Realtor Associate of the Year in Michigan. As a Sales Manager, he took the worst producing office, of ten in the corporation, to the top producing office in one year. He went on to become a national sales and marketing director for a start-up company, and as such was asked to speak at Ed Lowe’s first Entrepreneurs Conference. As a speaker, Bob has been asked to speak at the Michigan Quality Council State Conference, the Michigan Education Association State Conference, and Conference for North Central Accreditation.
In every position Bob has taken on throughout his career he has produced exceptional results. As a teacher and coach, his students excelled winning two state championships in wrestling. His student athletes received many local and state awards, and have gone on to become highly successful in their own right. As an Athletic Director Bob took a program that finished dead last in its league all sports ranking for 15 straight years, and put it on top of the league. As a principal, Bob took over a school lacking in academic success and helped create the top scoring school in writing in its area. As Superintendent of Schools, his team turned a poor socio-economic district, which was failing up to 26% of its students and in his last four years averaged over 90% proficiency on Math and only had one failure in the elementary. Bob also helped found a non-profit corporation for the county where he served, which put state of the art technology in all districts in spite of the fact this was the second poorest county in Michigan.