Dr. Doug Moeckel
 is the KASB Deputy Director/Leadership Services. His primary duties include whole board training, superintendent searches and strategic planning. Dr. Moeckel's experiences include 31 years in education including district, secondary and elementary administration, teaching and coaching. He served as superintendent of schools in Ellsworth prior to joining KASB. He received his bachelor's degree from Kansas State University, master's from Fort Hays State University and doctorate from Kansas State University. Dr. Moeckel has served in various leadership roles including Council of Superintendents, chair of the Smoky Hill Superintendent Advisory Council and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Kansas Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Dr. John Heim
is executive director of the Kansas Association of School Boards. Prior to joining KASB he served as superintendent of schools (1997-2010) for Emporia USD 253. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Emporia State University in the Teacher’s College. Previously he was executive director of the Educational Services and Staff Development Association of Central Kansas (ESSDACK). He has also been superintendent of El Dorado USD 490 and Leoti USD 467. Prior to becoming a superintendent he was principal at Ell-Saline Junior High in Ell-Saline USD 307 and assistant principal of South Junior High in Lawrence USD 497. Leadership positions he has held include President of the Kansas Association of School Administrators; Board of Directors member and Legislative Committee chairman of the United School Administrators of Kansas; and member of the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning Superintendent’s Forum. In 2009, he was named the Kansas Association of School Administrators Superintendent of the Year. Other honors include the United School Administrators of Kansas Outstanding Service Award and the Kansas School Public Relations Association’s Communicator of the Year award. Dr. Heim earned a bachelor of science degree in secondary education from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, a master's degree in educational administration from Fort Hays State University and a doctorate degree in educational administration from Kansas State University, Manhattan.

Dr. Brian Jordan is the Director of Leadership Services at KASB. He began his career as a teacher at Washburn Rural High School. He then moved on to teach and serve as an administrator at North Heights High School in Allen, Kansas. Most recently he has served a principal, director and assistant superintendent in Emporia Public Schools here in Kansas. At KASB, Dr. Jordan coordinates leadership development programming for principals and superintendents. He is also has responsibilities for training in the areas of evaluation, managing change, and board development. Dr. Jordan received his Bachelor's Degree from Kansas State University. His Master's Degree was obtained at Emporia State University. Dr. Jordan completed his Doctorate Degree at Kansas State University. 

Mr. Gary L. Sechrist is the KASB Leadership Services Field Specialist. He has been in educational leadership since 1992, and has served as both a building level and district level administrator throughout his career. He was named Superintendent of Promise in 2010 and was honored as the MetLife Principal of the Year in 2006. Mr. Sechrist has served on numerous educational committee’s and has presented around the nation on topics focused on leadership and education. 

Mr. Sechrist’s most recent experience was at Lyons USD 407, where he served first as building principal and then superintendent. He received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Fort Hays State University.

Mr. Randy Weseman is director of operations for the Kansas Association of School Boards. Mr. Weseman served as superintendent of schools for both Lawrence USD 497 and Tonganoxie USD 464 prior to joining KASB. A native of Dighton, Kansas, Mr. Weseman began his education career in Lawrence as a teacher and administrator. His career has included service in the Air Force and as a private consultant.