Dr. Cile Chavez is president of Cile Chavez Consulting, Inc., and provides motivation and expertise to organizations in the private and public sectors on Leadership and Human Development. Her latest book on leadership, Spirit Movers: Attributes for Transforming Leadership, will be released in February 2010 by Morgan James Publishing.
Cile served as Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent of Littleton Public Schools; Assistant Dean of the College of Education, University of Northern Colorado; and as Chair of the Board of Trustees of the State Colleges of Colorado. She is the former Colorado State Director of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and President of the Colorado Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).
Community organizations have benefited from Cile’s knowledge and expertise on leadership and quality organizations through her service as Trustee on boards such as the Denver Foundation, the Greater Metro YMCA, the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, the Botanic Gardens, and the State Colleges of Colorado. These roles lend credibility to her message on enlightened leadership.
In 2003 she was honored as a Woman of Distinction by the Mile Hi Council of Girl Scouts. Cile has been named one of the top 100 educators in the U.S., and was a finalist for the Colorado Superintendent of the Year award. Cile Chavez has presented keynotes to more than 35 state school board and administrator conferences and has been the keynote speaker twice at the National Staff Development Council’s Annual Conference. Her influence extends beyond the Continental U.S. to Brazil, Singapore, The Philippines, Japan, England, and The United Arab Emirates.
“Your presentation on Leadership was exciting, inspirational, entertaining and filled with substance!”
Judy Taylor, Director, Wholesale Services
“Cile framed the issues and extended the challenge. I’m not sure I’ve ever worked with another speaker who came to us so prepared and so articulate.”
Dan Farley, Executive Director
Arkansas School Boards Association
“The audience not only connects with her, they have so many thought provoking ideas to consider that they are enriched and elevated.”
Terry Barber, Director Professional Development
Association of Washington School Principals
“She has a tremendous ability to touch people at an intellectual level and at the same time move them from their hearts. She states a very strong belief in the importance of developing relationships if an organization is to be successful.”
Bill Beck, Director, Professional Development
Confederation of Oregon School Administrators
“The keynote message was vibrant, real, and extremely valuable for us. She struck a chord with each and every participant.”
Dr. Monte Moses, Superintendent & Dr. Nola Wellman, Assistant Superintendent
Cherry Creek Schools, Colorado
Breathing Life Into Your Vision
The Leadership Imperative: Developing the Human Potential
The Power and Promise of Meaningful Leadership
Creating Your Leadership Legacy
From Purpose To Covenant: The Courageous Journey for Continuous Improvement
The Educational Landscape: Moving Past False Summit