Dr. Brazouski has served as an assistant superintendent of human resources, athletics, and safety, executive director of academic achievement, principal, assistant principal, K-12 language arts coordinator, high school English teacher, coach, mentor, and advisor. He has published a number of articles and co-authored an international book chapter, “Teachers Leading Educational Reform: The Power of Professional Learning Communities,” based upon extensive work with teacher learning teams and sustaining a culture of professional learning resulting in increased student performance. Tony has contributed to many regional, state, national, and international committees, panels, conferences, and endeavors related to standards-based grading, leadership through systemic change, and the development of professional learning and innovative cultures. He has served as a board member for the Wisconsin Environmental Education Committee, the Wisconsin Environmental Education Board, Wisconsin School Forest Committee, and as an advisory member to the Public Policy Forum in Milwaukee, WI. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Repairing Together, a non-profit group aimed at bringing together diverse K-8 students across cultural backgrounds to ensure their success as students and future citizens of a dynamic global society.
Dr. Brazouski earned a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in the Advancement of Leadership, Learning, and Service, a Master’s degree (MEL) in Educational Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University, and a Bachelor’s degree (BA) in English Literature and Education from Marquette University. He resides in Emmett, WI and enjoys spending time, mainly outdoors, with his daughters Alyssa (15), Abby (13), Ariana (11), and Ashley (8) and Harley (black lab/pit bull puppy).