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Green, Jack

Green, Jack


Dr. Jack Green is currently serving as Education and Government Solutions Leader for Pinnacle Business Systems.   Dr. Green purposely chose this position, knowing the impact he could provide for students across the State of Oklahoma.

Dr. Green recently served as Chief Technology Officer for Norman Public Schools. As a lifelong educator, Dr. Green rejoined Norman Public Schools after serving as assistant professor of education and chair of the education department at East Central University. He previously served as assessment coordinator for teacher education at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri. Prior to serving at Missouri Southern, Dr. Green served as an assistant middle school principal for both Joplin Public Schools and Norman Public Schools. He began his career in public education at Norman High School as site coordinator of athletics, site technology contact, chair of the business education department, and as a business/computer science teacher.

Dr. Green graduated from Joplin High School and then earned his bachelor’s degree in business education from Missouri Southern State University, his master’s degree in educational leadership from Southern Nazarene University, and his doctoral degree in education from Saint Louis University.

Dr. Green’s professional memberships include the Cooperative Council of School Administrators (CCOSA), the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA), the Oklahoma Technology Association (OTA), the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), the Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) and the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA).

As an active member of the educational technology community, Dr. Green serves on the board of directors for the Oklahoma Technology Association (OTA) and as a founding member of the Oklahoma Council of Educational Technology Leaders (OCETL) chapter of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN).

Dr. Green chose to become an educator in order to serve, to teach, and because of the profound impact many of his teachers, coaches, and principals had on his life.  As a result, he aspires to serve as a positive influence in the lives of the students and staff he serves.

It is Dr. Green’s belief that all students can learn and achieve their positive potential through support from home and school, a commitment to developing their knowledge and understanding and focused, persistent effort.  He strives to ensure all students earn an excellent education while learning in a safe, positive, and secure environment.