Matt Fleck is the President of Fleck Education bringing 22 years of education, career and counseling experience to multiple projects around the country. Fleck has served as a high school counselor, a state school counseling specialist and Indiana’s state director of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. He is respected among school counselors, administrators and CTE directors for developing innovative, practical solutions that improve connections between education and the needs of business and industry. Fleck Education’s online professional development series has prepared school counselors in Indiana and South Dakota receive a College and Career Readiness Certification.
Kelly Dunn is Assistant Director at Fleck Education. Kelly has been both an elementary and a middle school counselor in urban, suburban and rural school settings across Indiana. From 2000 to 2005, she served as Indiana’s School Counseling Consultant for the Indiana Department of Education where she facilitated school counselor program and student standards development and managed the state’s Elementary School Counseling Grant. Since 2005, Kelly has taught and supervised school counseling interns at the IUPUI School of Education’s Counseling & Counselor Education graduate program. Kelly is also a licensed mental health counselor working with clients of all ages through a local private practice.
In addition to working as a consultant for Fleck Education, Mary Pouch is Indiana’s statewide trainer for Kuder Inc’s Indiana Career Explorer online career and college preparation system. Mary was most recently the middle school counselor at Irvington Community Middle School in Indianapolis, worked from 2009 through 2012 as a CTE Ambassador for the San Mateo County Office of Education in California where she coordinated K-12 career development initiatives, and has served as Director of Guidance at Hamilton Southeastern Junior High School in Indiana. In that position, Mary led her school counseling department to the Indiana Gold Star School Counseling award and Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) status.
Cindy Frey has been involved in Career and Technical Education since 1992 as a Special Needs Coordinator and Gender Equity Coordinator at Walker Career Center, Assistant CTE Director at Central Nine and Walker Career Centers for 10 years, and served a total of 4 years as CTE Director at both Central Nine Career Center and Walker Career Center. Over the years she has held leadership roles at the state and national levels for the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE), managed School to Work and Perkins funding chapters, and was an Adult Education Teacher at Walker Career Center.
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