Corey Northrop

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Corey Northrop

2016 NACSA Leader

Director of New School Development and Administration, The Governor John Engler Center

Corey Northrop is the Director of New School Development and Administration at The Governor John Engler Center for Charter Schools at Central Michigan University. At the Center he leads a team of passionate professionals dedicated to transforming public education through the areas of general administration, information technology, university relations and events. He is responsible for the charter school application process, as well as new school development.

Corey earned his undergraduate degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting and his master’s degree in business administration, both from Central Michigan University.


Most Recent Posts
For Charter School Renewal, It’s About Active Listening
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