Alumni Spotlight: Brian Creasman Named Kentucky’s Superintendent of the Year
Brian Creasman, Ed.D., a two-time graduate of NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice, has been named Kentucky’s 2020 Superintendent of the Year.
Creasman, who serves as the superintendent of Fleming County Schools in Kentucky, moves on to compete with other state winners to become a finalist for the National Superintendent of the Year Award, given by the American Association of School Administrators in February 2020.
After serving in multiple administrative roles, Creasman accepted the head position for the Fleming County Schools in 2014. As superintendent, he has made a point to work closely with members of the board of education, school and district administrators and staff, parents, and community members.
Through these partnerships, Fleming County Schools has gone from a district that was state monitored due to financial instability, leadership capacity, and student achievement, to a high-performing district.
Creasman earned his Doctor of Education in 2012 and an Education Specialist Degree in 2005, both from the FCE&SCJ.