Leonard Paul currently serves as the Regional Vice President for the AdvancED Pacific USA Region. His office over sees the Operations Offices management in the Pacific Region states and territories. His work includes supervision of the implementation of the AdvancED Accreditation protocol, training, and delivery of services by the Operations offices. The regional office also oversees the management of the NW Partners program with six agencies accrediting faith based and private school Commissions in the NW states.
Previously he served as the Associate Director of the Northwest Accreditation Commission and launched a series of innovative programs. Prior to a second career in accreditation, Leonard served as the Regional Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent over the Secondary Schools Division for the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. Previously a high school principal, whose school was named one of the nation’s best 100 schools by Redbook Magazine, and runner-up for the U.S. Department of Education School Blue Ribbon Recognition program.
Mr. Paul was a finalist for the UNLV Department of Education Alumni of the Year award in 2015, received the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools Distinguished Service Award in 2004, received the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Community Achievement Award for Education in 2001, the International Education Award of Excellence in 1992, was Nominated for the Nevada Distinguished Administrator Award in 1991, earned the Participative Leadership Recognition Award in 1991 and was Nevada Principal of the Year in 1991. He is a published author and has served in numerous elected principal and administrative association offices, and serves in various private and church related positions in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Paul is married with seven children and 6 grandchildren.
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