Gregg Curtis is in his seventh year as DPI’s Education Consultant for School Counseling, Suicide Prevention, and Academic & Career Planning. Gregg graduated from the University of Iowa in 1988 with an elementary education degree. After ten years as a middle school teacher in rural Iowa, Gregg returned to the UI; receiving a master’s degree in school counseling that he used in his work with 7th and 8th graders at South East Junior High School in Iowa City. Following his work as a school counselor, Gregg returned to the UI and received his doctorate in Counselor Education with a minor in the Social Foundations of Education in 2008. Prior to joining the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Gregg spent 6 years as a lecturer and assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; working to prepare graduate students to work as counselors in schools, community mental health agencies, and institutions of higher education.
Gregg is in his first assignment as a Contributing Faculty member at Walden in the School of Counseling. He brings with him decades of experience in public education and an abundant history of publications and presentations.