Dr. Pat Halloran is a dedicated educator, facilitator, leadership coach, and motivational speaker who is committed to bringing “the best” out in others.
Dr. Halloran recently retired after 33 years in public education, the last 11 as the Superintendent at Morris Community High School in Morris, Illinois. Halloran has been a teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal and superintendent- mainly in Coal City and Morris. He has been active in statewide organizations such as the Illinois H.S. District Organization and as a leadership coach for the Illinois School of Advanced Leadership.
Currently he is employed by Illinois State University as a project LEAD coach through the Center for the Study of Education Policy. Recently, Halloran was named a Superintendent of Distinction by the Illinois Association of School Administrators and was also recognized by his alma mater, Dwight Township High School, as a Distinguished Alumni.
Dr. Halloran earned an Associate Degree from Kankakee Community College, Bachelors from Eastern Illinois University, and a Masters in Educational Administration from Illinois State University. In 2008, he earned his Doctor of Education degree from Illinois State University.
Pat is excited to join the accomplished staff at the Professional Development Alliance as a facilitator of Administrator Academy 2001; Teacher Evaluator Initial Training.