Ken Humphrey

Prior to joining the staff at Jones International University, Dr. Ken Humphrey was involved in public education for over 35 years ranging from elementary schools through the community college and university levels.

He was an Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Northern Colorado and an instructor at Aims Community College, Greeley, CO; the State Director of the Colorado North Central Association, Commission on K-12 Schools; Superintendent of Schools, Eaton, CO; the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and a district-level Program Manager/ Supervisor, Greeley/Evans, CO; and a long-time building-level principal and former building-level teacher.

In the business world, he has served as: an independent consultant/contractor for nonprofit organizations focusing on goal setting, objectives, strategic planning, time management and capital campaigns; the Director of Training for a Denver coffee company and the Executive Director of the Greeley, CO Habitat for Humanity.

Dr. Humphrey is an Honorary Life Member of the North Central Association (K-12 Commission on Schools); a former State President of the Colorado Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (CASCD); a former President, Secretary and National Delegate for Phi Delta Kappa, University of Northern Colorado chapter; a Fellow for the Institute for the Development of Educational Activities (I/D/E/A) for four years; a board member for the Colorado Department of Education’s Advisory Board for the Education Quality Act; a member and board member of the Colorado Association of School Executives (CASE); a member of several national organizations concerned with Education (ASCD, NAESP, AASA, NSPRA) and served on the state board for Colorado Habitat for Humanity. Dr. Humphrey was the Founder and President of the Greeley Soccer Association (a youth soccer league); he coached and officiated youth soccer for over 20 years; he also served as a board member and the President of the Greeley Quarterback Club; a member of the UNC Booster Club; and served as a board member and President of the Greeley/Weld County Senior Foundation.