A public school administrator with more than two decades of experience in education, Louise Losos most recently served as Principal at Clayton High School in Missouri. During her seven years in the position, Louise Losos helped the school achieve top ranking among in-state high schools as well as a place in Newsweek’s Top 100 Schools nationwide ranking. She also helped organize a $35 million science & technology construction project that included additional structures and a full renovation of the existing science building. Dr. Losos completed her Bachelor’s degree in History at Harvard College and subsequently earned an M.A. at Washington University in St. Louis. From 1991 to 2000, she taught Social Studies at Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis. During this time, Louise Losos completed doctoral work in Educational Administration at St. Louis University.From 2000 to 2005, Louise Losos held responsibilities as an Assistant Principal with Parkway West High School in Ballwin, Missouri. Her professional focus on the class of 2004 and 2008 from their freshman to senior years allowed her to guide students’ overall progress. Additionally, she served as Chairperson of the Building Professional Development Committee and created the Master Schedule for the building. Throughout her career, Louise Losos has emphasized close collaboration between teachers, students, and faculty. At Clayton High School, she pioneered transition of school wide communications to a social media platform that encompassed Twitter and Facebook. Her work with teachers, counselors, and the entire school community resulted in the improvement in ACT composite scores among every subgroup in the school. During Louise Losos’ time as Principal, more than 90 percent of students passed AP exams and a substantial 12 to 15 percent of students achieved recognition through the National Merit Scholarship Program.