Curtis Wilson brings nearly two decades of experience in the public and charter school sectors to his role at The Holdsworth Center, where he focuses on helping district leaders transform their districts into world-class leadership development organizations.
Before joining the Holdsworth team, Curtis was the secondary principal for seven years at NYOS Charter School in Austin, Texas, where he led the 6th-12th grade program. NYOS – which stands for Not Your Average School – is dedicated to educating the whole student and is ranked among the top 10 high schools in the Austin area by US News & World Report. Curtis brings experience in developing effective teams, analyzing student performance data and developing teacher leaders.
Curtis holds a bachelor’s degree in history and government and a master’s degree in educational leadership from The University of Texas at Austin.
Born in New Jersey and raised in Santa Clara, California, Curtis has had an opportunity to live on both coasts. Outside of work, Curtis enjoys reading and spending family time with his wife and two lovely daughters.