Andy Hubner has joined the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship Baltimore as executive director.
Hubner is responsible for regional leadership and performance management, strategic growth, implementing innovation, overseeing continuous quality improvement and partnership development that will increase and sustain NFTE for low-income students in the Baltimore area.
Hubner brings more than 20 years of experience working with special education and at-risk youth in the Baltimore and Washington D.C., regions. He has held positions as teacher, principal, central office director and most recently as superintendent of schools for the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services. His work with DJS focused on reform strategies to improve teacher quality, program services, student performance and career and technology education.
He also served as an independent reviewer with the United States Department of Education Race to the Top state grant process.