TPA Conference 2023

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The mission of the Tennessee Principals Association is to support, empower, and connect Tennessee Principals.
Conference Forms

23-24 Conference Attendee Forms

23-24 Conference Program

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23-24 Conference Registration

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23-24 Conference Schedule

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2023 Combined Membership/Conference Registration Offline

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23-24 Conference Exhibitor Forms

23-24 Exhibitor Application [ SOLD OUT]

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23-24 Exhibitor Information Form

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23-24 Exhibitor Utility Form

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2023 Conference Speakers

Superintendent Tutonial "Toni" Williams
To kick-off our conference with greeting from our host city and local district, we are proud to welcome Memphis-Shelby County Schools (MSCS) Interim Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer Tutonial ‘Toni’ Williams who has successfully managed the fiscal operations of the second largest employer in Shelby County and the largest public school district in Tennessee.
Ms. Erica Battle
As an Emerging Visionary in Social and Emotional Wellbeing of adolescents, Erica understands the gap between students who excel and students who don’t. To bridge this gap, Erica penned her first book entitled, Who Are You? A guide to Help Adolescents Navigate through the Social and Emotional Issues of Life. This book inspires early and middle-aged teens to be self-aware, personally motivated and committed to educational excellence.
Dr. Adam Drummond
Dr. Adam Drummond has served the educational community in many roles, as a teacher, district professional, learning coordinator, university adjunct professor, school principal, and most importantly, as a life-long learner. He believes that to effect the change needed for successful 21st-century learning, we need to commit to growth at all levels of leadership; that means teachers, coaches, principals, superintendents, as well as students.
Dr. Vincent J. Hunter
With over 24 years of experience as a Mathematics Teacher, principal, and now Executive Principal of the Whitehaven Empowerment Zone, Dr. Hunter serves as a Principal Mentor for Shelby County Schools’ Urban Education Executive Leadership Program, New Leaders New Schools, and Christian Brothers University. Dr. Vincent Hunter has adopted one primary principle as an educational practitioner; Every Child has Worth and Dignity.
Dr. Jasmine Kullar
Dr. Kullar has worked with schools and districts in over 25 states. Her work includes keynoting, speaking at events, facilitating professional development for small and large crowds, coaching teams, and working to develop school and district leadership teams. Her areas of expertise include professional learning communities, response to intervention, educator wellness, women in leadership, building teacher leadership teams, and supporting teacher teams and leadership.
Dr. Michael "Myke" Collins
Myke Collins is a life-long Memphian. He works closely with The Chief of Staff and the Superintendent and serves as an Executive Director for Memphis-Shelby County Schools. An instructional leader, educator, and advocate for children and families--Myke works to ensure Memphis and the metro can be a contender on the economic empowerment stage by coaching and developing school leaders to ensure the academic success of all students. He sits on several committees, is a mentor of principals and leaders, an academic and performance strategist, a public speaker/presenter, and most importantly a proud cheerleader for Memphis the 901!

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Conference Planning Committee


Conference Operations
Dr. Tara Loba

Sharon McNary

Conference Exhibits
Dr. Keven Armstrong

Dr. Ricki Gibbs

Conference Registration
Shelley Archuletta-Smith

Dr. Ann-Marie Gleason

Conference Promotion/TASL Credit
Dr. Julie Hopkins

DeeAnne Miree

Thank you Memphis Principal Leaders for making this experience possible!