Frank King has devoted his entire professional career to public education and assisting public school districts. He has 35 years of experience in Georgia as a teacher, coach, principal, and superintendent. His 21 years as an appointed superintendent ranks among one of the longest tenures of appointed superintendents. He served as superintendent of Fitzgerald City Schools from 1978-1988, Tift County Schools from 1988-1994, and Thomaston-Upson County Schools from 1995-2000. He also served on the Boards of the Georgia School Superintendents Association, Georgia Association of Educational Leaders, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the Georgia High School Association Executive Committee.

 

Frank joined Morgan Keegan and Company as an educational specialist in 2000. In 2013, when Morgan Keegan merged with Raymond James Financial, Frank moved to Raymond James and presently serves as Executive VP for Raymond-James.  In his work with Morgan Keegan and Raymond James, he has helped plan over  250 successful ESPLOST referendums and school bond issues.

 

Frank received a B.A. from Presbyterian College, an M.A. from Vanderbilt/Peabody University, and an Ed. S. from the University of Georgia.

770-468-2021

fking@charter.net

Henry L. Cooper

Henry L. Cooper began a career in education after working over 3 years in industrial engineering for United Parcel Service. He has 32 years of experience in education as a business teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, and central office staff member. He served as Director of Middle Georgia Regional Education Service Agency from 1998 to 2004.

 

In addition to his work with King-Cooper, he is the head of Georgia Leadership Associates (GLA), a division of King Educational Services, Inc. At GLA, he helps provide consultant services to select school systems in the areas of leadership development, strategic planning, and school board training. In addition, he provides mentoring services to aspiring administrators.

 

Henry received his B.S. from the University of Louisville, an M.Ed. from Western Kentucky University, and an Ed.S. from the University of West Georgia.

478-397-1976

hlcooper2@comcast.net

 

Dr. Sandy Addis

Sandy Addis has 42 years of experience in public education in Georgia and South Carolina as a teacher, counselor, principal, and central office administrator and currently serves as a local school board member.  He has led successful superintendent searches for 15 Georgia school boards.  He has delivered over 50 training sessions to Georgia school boards on topics including leadership succession, accountability, planning, and program evaluation.  He has conducted central office organizational studies and has trained teachers and administrators in data utilization, counseling, leadership, strategic planning, and dropout prevention. Sandy served as Director of Pioneer Regional Educational Service Agency from 2004 to 2013. 

Sandy has led teams of educators in development of data systems, school improvement tools, and web-based systems for delivery of teacher and administrator training.  He has developed and led implementation of numerous summer and after-school programs and has managed and evaluated federal and state grant projects.  In 2012-13, Sandy chaired the Educator Ethics Task Force for the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and helped to develop ethics training resources that are used across Georgia.

In addition to his work with King-Cooper, Sandy serves as Director of the National Dropout Prevention Center where he consults with school districts, state departments, and federal agencies on improvement of high school graduation rates.

Sandy earned his B.A. from Furman University, his M.Ed. from Clemson University, and his Ed.D. from South Carolina State University.  He has taught graduate courses for Piedmont College, Clemson University, South Carolina State University, and the University of South Carolina Upstate.

864-934-8572

sandyaddis@gmail.com

Dr. William F. Truby served as superintendent of Lamar County School System in Barnesville, Georgia from 2006 - 2014.  Prior to serving as superintendent, he served as Principal & Associate Principal at Lee County High School in Leesburg, Georgia. During this time he was recognized as “Principal of the Year” and Lee County High School was recognized as a National School of Excellence.  In addition to his administrative positions, Truby has taught a number of education classes at Georgia colleges and universities.  He is currently employed as a Professor at Valdosta State University.  He has also been an adjunct instructor at Piedmont College, Mercer University (approved to teach Law, Finance and Issues in Education at the Masters level and up), and Troy University.   Truby earned his Ph.D, Master’s, and Bachelor’s degrees from Kent State University.

770-468-7167

billtruby@gmail.com

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King-Cooper and Associates | PO Box 686, Thomaston, GA 30286 | Fax: 706-647-8098

Sandy Addis

Sandyaddis@gmail.com

864-934-8572

Henry L. Cooper

hlcooper2@comcast.net

478-397-1976

Frank King

fking@charter.net

770-468-2021

Dr. Bill Truby

billtruby@gmail.com

770-468-7167