Joe Parlier – Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Joe Parlier is a sales and marketing representative. He has inspired others to his journey to success and he has worked with multiple institutes and companies over the years. He has always delivered the best results. Joe Parlier is currently serving at Thinking Maps as the sales and marketing representative since June 2011. He has a great reputation nationally for increasing the sales of the company. He also has been a part of multiple national level presentations including Education Delivery Institute for Educational Leadership. Joseph Parlier has over 18 years of experience in education with 13 years of leadership experience at school, system, and state levels.

Joe Parlier holds an Ed.D. In Educational Administration and Policy from the University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl. He is also M.Ed. in Middle Grades Education. Joe Parlier also likes to provide consultancy in the fields of leadership and education. Joe Parlier has explored multiple fields and areas in his career. He also has been associated with multiple associations including National Association of Secondary School Principals, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and National Science Teachers Association.

Joe Parlier is a successful and a multi-talented man. He has an excellent record of managing his tasks successfully. He has always played a major role in the success of the companies. He has been working in the industry for almost 2 decades. Joe Parlier is well known for improving low performing schools and for an increase in sales. Moreover, his outstanding achievements have made an enormous impact on the growing popularity of different institutes in the United States.

Joe Parlier has also served as Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Griffin-Spalding County Board of Education (January, 2003 – June, 2004), Director of Elementary Education, Griffin Spalding County Schools (2001- December 2002), Assistant Principal, Flynt Middle School, Griffin-Spalding County Schools (2001-2002), Sixth Grade Teacher and a Fourth Grade Teacher.

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