Nancy Staub, Ed.D.
Dr. Nancy Staub currently serves on the board of the Michigan Collaborative for Mindfulness Education and sees mindfulness as a practice that can reduce stress and increase one’s ability to achieve more balance and resiliency in work and home. Mindfulness allows one to be more open-minded and approach new situations with curiosity and kindness.
As Associate Professor at the University of Toledo for 11 years, Dr. Staub focused on leadership training; the use of simulations to learn and practice administrative skills; and program assessment. During her tenure at UT she chaired the University Assessment Committee focused on the alignment of measurable outcomes with assessments of university programs. In addition she led the effort to obtain national accreditation for the Educational Administration and Supervision Program at UT. She served as chair for five dissertations and served on numerous dissertation committees.
Dr. Staub brings 29 years of pre K-12 experience as a teacher, school principal, director of curriculum, assessment, instruction, and technology, and assistant superintendent to the mentoring and training of school leaders.
Additionally, she is a member of the board for the International Council for Professors of Educational Leaders (ICPEL), a member of the Confucius Institute Advisory Board at The University of Toledo, and a member of Educational Leaders Without Borders. In these endeavors she continues to promote global awareness of education and mindfulness for all children supported by the training of teachers and school leaders.
Dr. Staub earned her doctorate degree at The University of Michigan. She also holds a master’s degree from Eastern Michigan University and a bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University.