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Administrators' Conference on Education (ACE)

ACE Conference. Save the date, July 27-28, Isleta Resort and Conference Center

 

At the 2017 Administrator’s Conference on Education (ACE) we are going to be “Breaking Down Barriers…Building the Best.”  

This annual event for school and district based administrators is a time for APS leaders to gather together to begin a new school year by sharing ideas, strategizing to improve student success, planning for the upcoming school year, networking, and most importantly inspiring each other to continue to do the hard work of education. 

ACE dates back more than five decades and provides professional development sessions, motivational speakers, vendor displays, social events, and much more! 

Each year, a dedicated committee of school and district administrators are responsible for coordinating the annual conference. Members coordinate the venue, schedule, call for presenters, and to work with the community to provide sponsorship in order to finance the event. 

More than 400 APS administrators participated in the 2016 Administrators Conference on Education held at the Isleta Resort and Conference Center!

Attendance is encouraged at the 2017 conference, again held at Isleta Resort and Conference Center July 27-28. 

Join us as we continue working to build the best!

Learn more at http://intranet.aps.edu/ace/ (for internal use)

 
Frank Kitchen to Deliver Keynote at ACE

Frank Kitchen is known as the "Life and Leadership Connoisseur." He's a motivational speaker, benefit auctioneer specialist, consultant, enterpreneur and author. He Educates, Elevates and Empowers students, educators, volunteers, entrepreneurs, and professionals around the world to be Difference Makers and Life Changers with his "I Live FRESH" philosophy. Keynotes, workshops and trainings have inspired individuals and organizations to create the positive and productive environments people desire to be a part of.

He earned an Associate of Arts Degree from Lakeland Community College (Ohio) and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from David N. Myers College (Ohio) in Business Administration with a Marketing Specialty. To pay for his education he served as college student leader; performed as a children’s birthday party entertainer; managed a toy store; moonlighted as a professional actor and model; volunteered for various charities and worked as College Student Activities Assistant Director.

Every occupation provided him with leadership opportunities that impacted his life and the lives of the people he worked with in positive ways. His passion for servant leadership, his family, friends, and students, challenged him to leave his college position to pursue the unpredictable career of professional speaker and business owner.

To date, he has shared the successes and failures of his Life and Leadership journey with individuals from around the world.

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