Mark Crenshaw
Dr. Mark V Crenshaw
Affiliate Representative CTAE Director and CEO/Principal Hart College and Career Academy Monroe Area High School
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Monroe Area High School 300 Double Springs Church Rd SW Monroe GA 30656-2501 US Phone(770) 266-4599 Georgia United States
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Biography
Dr. Mark V. Crenshaw (DTE) currently serves as an Engineering and Technology Education Instructor at Monroe Area High School in Monroe, GA. Previously Dr. Crenshaw served as an Assistant Director of Lake Technical College in Eustis, FL where he oversaw the construction of the new Center for Advanced Manufacturing and its associated programs along with other duties regarding the operations of multiple campuses. Before that he served as the CEO of the Hart College and Career Academy and the Career, Technical and Agriculture Education (CTAE) Director of Hart County Charter System in Hartwell, GA. Dr. Crenshaw has served as the CTAE Program Specialist at the Georgia Department of Education providing statewide leadership and coordination for educational program delivery of the STEM, Manufacturing, and Energy Career Clusters. He earned the ITEEA/CSL Technology and Engineering Outstanding Supervisor award in 2016 and the Outstanding State Supervisor award in 2014. Mark also served as ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning; Engineering by Design (EbD) State Director and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) State Leader for Georgia. Mark earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and later received a Master of Education degree from Old Dominion University in Technology Education. Continuing further studies, he earned an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Liberty University and completed his studies with a Doctor of Education degree in Career and Technology Education from Clemson University. Having served 10 years in the U.S. Navy he separated honorably to pursue a teaching career that began in Georgia, having taught both middle and high school. His program was recognized as an ITEEA Program of Excellence and Mark has also received the ITEEA Teacher of Excellence award. He currently serves as the ITEEA Council for Supervision and Leadership (CSL) Board of Directors representative. He also served on the national Technology Student Association (TSA) Board of Directors. His passions are focused on Technology and Engineering teacher retention and undergraduate Technology and Engineering educator preparation programs.