University of North Florida
United States of America - Saint Augustine
National Jefferson Award for Public Service Work of Heart Award, United Way of Gainesville Panel Discussant: National Educational Technology Digital Divide/Broadband Plan. FCC Education Council. Washington, DC Presidential Management Fellow Nominee, College of Education and Graduate School
- Virtual Mentoring- Creating a National Network of College and Career Ready Leaders
- The Virtual Apprentice: Harnessing the Power of Technology to Create a National Network of College and Career Ready Leaders
- The Virtual Pathway to College and Career Readiness
- Virtual Mentoring: Harnessing the Power of Technology to develop a K-20 Leadership Collaborative
Matthew Ohlson has a Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Policy with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida. He also received comprehensive leadership training from the New York City Leadership Academy and the The Schlechty/Hohmann Principals Academy. His K-12 experience includes roles as a 15-year teacher and school leader in the Boston Public Schools and the Florida Global School. In higher education, Dr. Ohlson served as a clinical instructor at the University of Florida, Director of the nationally recognized C.A.M.P. mentoring program and leadership facilitator at the Lastinger Center for Learning. Matthew has also conducted comprehensive program evaluation for state agencies and helped to develop the new Florida Education Leadership Exam (FELE). Most recently, he served as an educational consultant with the Florida Department of Education, training educators and leaders throughout the state as they transition to the new curriculum standards.