National Advisory Board
High Tech High,
Executive DirectorMount Vernon Institute for Innovation,
In June 2013, Bo joined Mount Vernon Presbyterian School as Chief Learning and Innovation Officer. Head of School Dr. Brett Jacobsen announced the appointment on May 14, and Bo could not be more excited to become a member of the team at this leading school of inquiry, innovation, and impact. Bo remains active as an edu-blogger at It’s About Learning (https://itsaboutlearning.wordpress.com) and @boadams1 on Twitter. Additionally, Bo regularly pursues deeper understanding in the area of “schools of the future and the future of schools.” Bo currently serves on the board of directors at MODA.
From July 2012 to May 2013, Bo served as the Director of Educational Innovation at Unboundary, a strategic design studio in Atlanta, Georgia, specializing in transformational change processes, communications, and brand significance.
From 1995 until 2012, Bo worked at The Westminster Schools in Atlanta, Georgia, where he fulfilled a number of roles during his tenure there. In Bo’s last nine years at Westminster, he served as the principal of the Junior High School. In 2006, Bo co-founded The Center for Teaching at The Westminster Schools. Bo’s primary points of focus throughout his principalship were faculty development, professional learning communities, assessment literacy, project-based learning, change management and educational innovation. In 2010, Bo and Jill Gough launched “Synergy” – a community-issues, project-based, problem-identification-and-solutions course for eighth graders. Prior to coming to Westminster, Bo worked at Darlington School in Rome, Georgia; Loudoun Country Day School in Leesburg, Virginia; and Camp Sea Gull in Arapahoe, North Carolina.
STEM Educator& Makerspace Coordinator
Local Advisory Team
Science Teacher, FWP; Programmer; TED-Ed author
Math Teacher, The Young Women's Leadership School
Middle and Upper Computer Science Teacher, North Shore Country Day
Director of Innovation and Collaboration, Intrinsic Schools