Dr. Steven Coyle holds two Master’s Degrees in Exercise Physiology and Secondary School Administration. He holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. He has been involved in education most of his life. He was selected as 1 of 150 Science Educators across the United States to participate in Vice President Al Gore’s Environmental study linked to STEM Education. Dr. Coyle moved into administration as a High School Principal. He served in The Missouri School Improvement Program to aid in accreditation. He moved into private education as an Admissions Advisor and a Director of Admissions. He is currently the National Director of Counselor and Academic Relations at Universal Technical Institute. He is a member of ASCA, ACTE, Coalition for Career Development in Washington, DC, Board Member of the Alabama STEM Coalition, and the Association of Workforce Boards in Washington, DC. He is a Board Member of the Texas Industrial and Vocational Association. He is active with SkillsUSA and FFA. He was asked to represent the transportation industry at the National FFA Convention this past year as a featured speaker in their Blue Room. He is also a member of several state Counselor and Administrator Associations. He has recently become involved with Home School Education and has worked with groups such as the Florida Parents as Educators Association and the Great Homeschool Conventions. He is considered an expert in skilled trades and project-based learning.