William Bozeman and Associates includes educational professionals with decades of experience in teaching, research, program evaluation and systems planning.

Dr. William Bozeman

William Bozeman, CEO

Phone: 386-690-6665

E-mail: bozeman@bozemanassociates.com
Dr. William Bozeman came to the University of Central Florida as Professor of Educational Leadership and Doctoral Program Director in 1985. Prior to joining the UCF faculty, he was a Professor and Department Chair at The University of Iowa. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he served as Program Evaluator with the Wisconsin Research and Development Center. Bozeman received his B.A. in mathematics and physics and his M.Ed. in Educational Administration. His research and academic areas include technology applications, systems planning and design, and program evaluation. Bozeman also served as a high school physics teacher and high school principal. During his tenure at UCF, he served as a Department Chair and administrator of several grants. He has published extensively including over 100 articles, papers, and books.

Dr. Bozeman’s contributions to education and school leadership were recently recognized as he was honored with the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration’s Lifetime Achievement Award and UCF Professor Emeritus. He was also recently appointed to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Board of Visitors, a group of individuals who have attained prominence in their field. In addition to his Florida-based consulting group, William Bozeman and Associates, he is a founding member of Southern Educational Strategies based in Memphis, Tennessee.

Dr. Andrew Hayes

Andrew Hayes

Dr. Andrew Hayes received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics education and master’s degree in Educational Administration from Louisiana Tech University; and holds a doctoral degree in Educational Administration from the University of Georgia. He has served as Co-director of the Educational Research Laboratory at the University of Georgia; Associate Director for Planning and Evaluation at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, UNC-Chapel Hill; and was member of the faculty of the College of Education at UNC-Wilmington. At UNCW, Dr. Hayes taught courses in research and measurement, project design and evaluation, instructional development, school law, and computer applications in education. He has authored numerous reports, chapters, articles, and conference presentations regarding institutes for delinquents, assessment and change of organizational climate, planning and evaluation, research methods, measurement, cost analysis, organization theory, decision-making processes, school board-superintendent relations, and other critical areas.

Dr. Hayes has extensive experience as a consultant in areas such as program design, development, and implementation; large-scale and small-scale research and evaluation design and implementation; data analysis and interpretation; evaluation for decision-making; planning and managing school reform and improvement initiatives; leading groups for policy-making and evaluation; organization analysis and development; and analysis of instruction and instructional quality. Additionally, he is a patron of the visual and performing arts, assisting museums and cultural organizations in planning and organization.

Delores Inniss

Delores Inniss

Delores Inniss earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Brooklyn College. She holds a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Central Florida becoming the first African American female to receive a doctoral degree from UCF. Dr. Inniss’s 40-year educational career includes being a principal for 22 years, an elementary school teacher, middle school mathematics teacher, Curriculum Resource Teacher, and Math Specialist. During her tenure as principal of one of the larger elementary schools in Florida, her students had the highest FCAT Writing scores for 5 consecutive years and the school was named one of the top 100 high performing schools in the State of Florida. She believes that all children deserve to receive the highest quality education and to be surrounded by educators who believe in the children they serve. Most recently she held the position of Principal-on-Assignment for a 3.75 million dollar federal grant for preparing school leaders. Her responsibilities with the grant included serving as a coach and mentor to newly appointed principals in the Orange County (FL) Public Schools, grant activity planning, and coordinating professional development components leading to effective school principals.

Terry Kinsey

Terri Kinsey

Dr. Terri Kinsey has served as a K-12 educator and administrator for over 20 years. She has served as assistant director for communications and chief of staff to the school superintendent in a large Florida school district. She has extensive experience as a grants developer where she has amassed over $70 million in competitive grant funds. Dr. Kinsey received her Doctor of Education degree from the University of Florida and her undergraduate degree in creative writing from Florida State University. Her graduate studies focused on qualitative research of minority student engagement. Dr. Kinsey has worked with Dr. Bozeman for seven years providing program evaluation in four school districts.

Fred D Johnson and James B. Mitchell Jr.

Fred D. Johnson


James B. Mitchell, Jr.

Fred D. Johnson received a Bachelor of Science degree from Tennessee State University, Master of Education from the University of Memphis and Doctor of Education from the University of Tennessee. He served Shelby County Schools in Memphis, Tennessee, in several capacities including Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Interim Superintendent. He also held the position as a Program Officer for the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the President of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). Dr. Johnson assists organizations as a STEM consultant.

James B. Mitchell, Jr. received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rhodes College and his Master of Education and Doctor of Education degrees from The University of Memphis. Dr. Mitchell retired after 34 years of service in the Shelby County School District. He served as superintendent of this 46,000 student organization, and he was selected as the 2000 Tennessee Superintendent of the Year. Dr. Mitchell now serves as School Leader in Residence for the Department of Leadership in the College of Education at The University of Memphis.

Mary Patt Kennedy

Mary Patt Kennedy

Mary Patt Kennedy received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Dominican College, Master of Education degree from Stetson University, and Doctor of Education degree from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Kennedy retired after 33 years as an educator in Volusia County, FL. During that time she served in a myriad of roles that included area superintendent, principal, assistant principal, administrative assistant, teacher, volunteer, and parent. Presently, Dr. Kennedy is an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida and a supervising professor of senior interns for Daytona State College. It is her intention to continue to be an educational leader by sharing her knowledge, skills, and experience.

William Bozeman and Associates, LLC
Phone: 386-690-6665
E-mail: bozeman@bozemanassociates.com
William Bozeman and Associates, LLC is a Florida limited liability company