Dr. Guy Parmigian has served as Superintendent of Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School District in Ottawa County, Ohio, since 2012. Prior to this, Guy served as Curriculum Director and Career Technology Director for Greenville City Schools.
In the Summer of 2017, Guy joined the part-time faculty for the Educational Leadership K-12 program, teaching the course School Finance for Building Principals.
Dr. Parmigian has earned a B.S. in Secondary Education--English in 1998, and an M.Ed. in Educational Administration in 2003; both from Kent State University. Guy earned a Ph.D. in Educational Administration from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 2006. At Miami, Guy taught two courses: Socio-cultural Studies in Education and Teacher Leadership. In 2006, he co-chaired the Department of Educational Leadership's annual graduate student conference focused on "Re-imagining Urban Education."
Guy's research interests include the history of school consolidation, the politics of school funding and school location, schools and workforce development, and the intersection of culture, class, and schooling. Guy recently presented at the Ohio School Improvement on the topics of merit pay and instructional leadership.
Dr. Parmigian also serves as a Trustee for the Ottawa County Improvement Corporation. In his spare time, Dr. Parmigian is an avid Cleveland Browns fan.
Ph.D. Educational Administration, Miami University, M.Ed. Educational Administration, Kent State University, B.S. Secondary Education - English, Kent State University
School Finance, Politics of Education, History of Education, K-12 School Leadership
Skilled Trades Program for HS Seniors with Ottawa County, OH