Brian Griffith is the Director of Educational Services at Capital Area Intermediate Unit near Harrisburg, PA. In this capacity he leads a team of approximately 70 educators who provide services related to School Improvement, Strategic Planning, Curriculum, Professional Development, Online Learning, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Services to Non-Public Schools.
With more than 30 years in the field of education, Brian’s career has included positions such as Mathematics Teacher, Supervisor of Mathematics K-12, Supervisor of Secondary Curriculum and Technology, and Curriculum Specialist. He has also served as an adjunct instructor for Wilson College and Wilkes University.
Brian has received several honors including national recognition as recipient of the “Future Leader Award” from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), regionally as the “Outstanding Middle School Teacher” by the Council for Public Education, and locally as “Outstanding Professional Employee” by Mechanicsburg Area School District. More recently, he was recognized as “Champion of Arts Education” by the Capital Area School for the Arts Charter School.
In addition to his role on the board of TPIIC, Brian serves on the Community Advisory Board of PBS station WITF, board member of Meeting Professionals International Middle PA, and board member of Capital Area School for the Arts Charter School.