Theodore J. Wallace

Theodore J. Wallace, Ph.D.Dr. Wallace served as a school teacher and administrator for 20 years across Ohio. During his 12-year leadership tenure as principal and later president at Chaminade-Julienne Catholic High School in Dayton, Ohio, the school was recognized as a National School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education.He taught secondary school principalship to public and private school master’s degree candidates at the University of Dayton for eight years. Theodore has presented at numerous state and national education conferences and has published articles and chapters on school leadership. He was the co-editor of the book Catholic School Leadership: An Invitation to Lead, Falmer Press, 2000.In succeeding years, he was the founding director of the Center for Catholic Education at the University of Dayton and of Parents Advancing Choice in Education (PACE) in Dayton. Most recently, Theodore was the Program Director for Education at the Mathile Family Foundation in Dayton and since 1996 has been the President and Founder of The Paremos Group, a consulting firm for education and other nonprofit organizations with a focus on “helping others to inspired leadership.”His program and consulting projects have included work with the Dayton Public Schools, Vandalia-Butler Public Schools, and numerous public charter schools in Ohio. Finally, he has served as a reviewer several times for the United States Department of Education’s innovative schools program and as a site visitor for the National School of Excellence “Blue Ribbon Schools” project.