Roz Keck has more than 30 years of experience in education and is a founding partner of N2. She has served as
a teacher, assistant principal, principal, executive director, and interim superintendent. In 2006, Roz retired
as Spring ISD’s assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction to pursue her passion for leading educational
transformation outside the confines of a single district. She is widely recognized as a masterful facilitator with a keen
insight in her ability to move people forward in the thought process. Her voice resonates with confidence and conviction in
facilitating groups large or small. She is committed to the vision of 21st century skills and learning for all.
Roz is known for her ability to embrace change and assist others in mapping their future.
Dr. Eddie Coulson has 29 years of experience in education. He has served as a superintendent, deputy superintendent for curriculum
and instruction, and executive director for human resources in College Station ISD and personnel director, campus administrator,
and teacher in Spring ISD. A talented facilitator and well-respected leader in Texas public education, Eddie has served on a variety
of committees for Texas Association of School Administrators. He has been actively involved in the deployment of the Visioning Document
articles both as a superintendent and facilitator. As a superintendent, he was part of the Texas High Performing Schools Consortium.
Danny Modisette served more than 40 years in education as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, director, executive director, and
area assistant superintendent. In 2011, Danny retired as Plano ISD’s deputy superintendent to pursue his passion for leading educational
transformation outside the confines of a single district. He is a true champion in the revolutionary process of changing today's
classrooms into 21st century learning environments. Danny has quickened the pace of the state and national education agenda by issuing
encouragement and challenge to educators. He impresses the obligation upon all stakeholders that students and educators must have support
to achieve at their highest and most creative potential.
Stephanie Edgar has more than 35 years of experience in public education. She has served as a teacher, Reading Recovery specialist, literacy collaborative coach, instructional specialist, Title I program coordinator, instructional officer of professional development and planning, and associate director of curriculum and instruction. In 2016, she retired as Klein ISD’s (KISD) director of campus instructional support.
Stephanie is a passionate advocate for student engagement and professional development. Her energy and enthusiasm for education make her a talented group facilitator who helps audiences collaborate, think outside the box, and strategically plan to reach their goals.