One at Bat

We all have one opportunity to live our life and too many of us are just going through the motions and not maximizing our one opportunity to be awesome.
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Dr. PJ Caposey

PJ Caposey is a dynamic speaker and a transformational leader and educator. PJ began his career as an award-winning teacher in the inner-city of Chicago and has subsequently led significant change in every administrative post he has held. PJ became a principal at the age of 28 and within three years was able to lead a small-town/rural school historically achieving near the bottom of its county to multiple national recognitions. After four years, PJ moved to his current district, Meridian CUSD 223, as superintendent and has led a similar turnaround leading to multiple national recognitions for multiple different efforts.

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The 2029 Challenge: The Tyranny of the Status Quo

This motivational and thought-provoking speech challenges educators to begin leading change in their own lives, classrooms, and schools immediately. The presentation hits on several practical changes that can be made immediately and also presents several paradigms that must be internally challenged in order to create long-term personal and organizational change and growth.
Start right now and make a difference.

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2021 Top Ten

Tis the Time for Top Ten Lists I have done a TOP TEN list in a lot of different formats in the past. As I

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Testimonials

5/5
Dr. Caposey offered a positive, inspiring and also very practical presentation about teacher evaluation, the culture surrounding effective teacher evaluation, providing meaningful feedback, and having those difficult but necessary conversations. He is a dynamic presenter, knowledgeable, humorous and provided our administrative team with an enthusiastic and inspiring start to our school year! In leading a fruitful and interesting discussion about teacher evaluation, our new administrators benefitted tremendously as they start their journey into instructional leadership in an administrative role.
Dr. Lindsey Hall
Superintendent of Mahoney-Seymour
5/5
I had the privilege of hearing PJ speak at an IPA Admin Academy on the use of social media in schools. Not only was he knowledgeable and passionate about the topic, but his delivery left you feeling motivated and wanting more as an educator. His ability to incorporate tangible solutions provided support that I could immediately put into place. His accessibility and willingness to provide additional resources has truly been an asset to our school.
Doug Owens
Assistant Principal: Tri-C Elementary Schoo