The Value of Membership

"I could not have survived 30 years in school business without the support I've received from ASBO. No matter how much you may think your problem is unique, it's not. I've always found support from colleagues facing the same issues no matter where they work, and I've shared solutions. We have a lot to learn from one another, so I value my memberships in Tri-State ASBO, New Hampshire ASBO, Vermont ASBO, and ASBO International."
—John Aubin, South Burlington School District, South Burlington, Vermont
Member since 1992

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International Eagle Award Recipient

Lisa Frye

Lisa K. Frye, MBA, SFO
Executive Director of Finance
Frederick County Public Schools
Winchester, Virginia 

Through her devotion to both the teaching and business professions, Lisa Frye has strengthened the voice of school business officials and increased public trust in her community. By introducing and promoting data-driven decision making, comparative analysis, collaboration, and strategic planning within her school division as well as through VASBO, the state department of education, and legislators, she has generated key relationships and new resources for students.

Distinguished Eagle Award Recipients

Christine Lee

Christine L. Lee, CPA, CA, CSBO, SFO
Director of Finance
Lethbridge School District No. 51
Lethbridge, Alberta  

Christine Lee believes leadership means sharing knowledge. When school jurisdictions in Alberta were required to adopt new accounting standards and produce considerably different reports, Lee worked with colleagues to effectively communicate the standards and implications to stakeholders.  She believes that educating stakeholders about the “business” of education will ensure resources have a positive impact on student learning.

Adam Stewart

Adam Stewart
Chief Financial Officer
Hillsboro School District
Hillsboro, Oregon 

A reflective-systems thinker, Adam Stewart considers the impact all district departments have on student achievement and ensures available resources are directed to the areas in which they will have the most positive return.  Recognizing the importance of professional development, he works closely with all district personnel to ensure everyone receives the training they need to provide an effective learning environment. 

Mark Wilsey

Mark Wilsey, MBA, CEM
Facilities and Operations Officer
Harrison School District 2
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mark Wilsey wears many hats, leading in the areas of operations, construction, and maintenance of district facilities (21 schools); transportation (53 buses); and nutrition services (1.5 million meals served annually). When he is not riding buses and eating lunch with the students, he is assisting other districts in the areas of facilities management and nutrition issues and providing guidance on grant preparation. 

View past Eagle Award recipients.