Dr. Bryan OBlack, Shaler Area School District
Bryan O'Black, Ed.D., is the deputy superintendent of schools for the Shaler Area School District in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania. Located north of Pittsburgh, Shaler Area School District educates over 4,000 students from the communities of Shaler, Etna, Millvale and Reserve. The district employs over 600 staff members across seven schools. During his career, O’Black has been an active member of numerous professional organizations and associations and has presented at a number of national, state and regional conferences. O’Black is currently an active member of the PA Association of School Administrators Legislative Committee, the International Society for Technology in Education and the Tri-State Study Council. He is currently the president of the Pennsylvania Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. O’Black’s work has been recognized by the National School Boards Association as a “20 to Watch” recipient in 2015, and by the University Council on Educational Administration with the Excellence in Educational Leadership award in 2019. Additionally, O’Black was a 2018–19 fellow for the Pennsylvania Educational Policy Leadership Center.