Most Important Work – Breaking the Cycle of Addiction

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William Kerr

Dr. Kerr recently completed 42 years in public education, including his 25th year as a superintendent of schools and retiring after nine years as Superintendent of Schools for the Norwin School District, Westmoreland County.  In 1994, Dr. Kerr earned a Doctorate in Education and graduated from the Department of Administrative Policy and Studies, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh.  Dr. Kerr has broad-based experiences as a teacher, principal, and central office administrator in several southwestern Pennsylvania school districts.  He served as a member of the St. Vincent College Prevention Projects Board of Directors and he was one of 56 individuals nationwide who received the 2015 FBI Directors’ Community Leadership Award. The award recognized his commitment to improve K-12 education programs about the science of opioid and heroin addiction and to implement a STEM cyber security curriculum for high school students.