CSEC's Leadership Team
Keith King– Keith is the Administrator of Colorado Springs Early Colleges. He has served on the School Board of Cheyenne Mountain School District, Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy, served four terms in the Colorado House of Representatives, is finishing four years of service in the Colorado Senate, and was appointed to the National Assessment Governing Board by Secretary Paige. He also has served on the Colorado League of Charter Schools Board for over thirteen years. He has written the application for four successful charter schools in the Colorado Springs area; Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy, James Irwin Charter High School, Colorado Springs Early Colleges and Colorado Early Colleges Fort Collins. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Colorado State University – Pueblo and his Master’s Degree from Oregon State University. During his service in the Colorado Legislature he carried over 70 bills that impact K-12 and higher education. He received over 18 awards from various education and business organizations for his work in the General Assembly.
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Jason Dilger – Jason is the Academic Dean of Colorado Springs Early Colleges. His employment in charter schools that serve all students, especially the at-risk population, has helped him prepare for the Academic Dean position at Colorado Springs Early Colleges. His responsibilities while serving in those school settings included directing Response to Intervention initiatives, chairing departments of English and Social Studies and directing school wide discipline initiatives. He has also managed a Boys Town resident group home for at-risk teen boys. That experience included tasks such as budgeting, working with teachers, social service groups, doctors, lawyers and parents. He also has worked in two business roles that included human relations, marketing and project management. He was born and raised in central coast of California. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and has completed a two year program in Curriculum and Instruction also from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
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Kevin Moore – Kevin Moore – Kevin is the Dean of Student Success of Colorado Springs Early Colleges. He currently heads the effort of Colorado Springs Early Colleges to help each student find success in achieving their goals at the school. He is also the off campus liaison and directs the School Accountability Committee. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He joined the Army as a young man and was stationed at Fort Carson. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Colorado State University – Pueblo and his Master’s Degree from Regis University. Kevin taught for over sixteen years in Colorado Springs School District 11 and was awarded the “Teacher of the Year” in 1994. In 1997, Kevin left teaching to become the Children’s Ministry Pastor at New Life Church. During his nine years there, he trained coordinated and pastored over 500 volunteers and a staff of twenty.
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John Etzell – John is the Dean of Student Accountability at Colorado Springs Early Colleges. John comes to CSEC with over 11 years of non-profit management experience. John has over seven years of direct care work with youth ages 3-18, and four years of management experience. John has assisted in developing programs for at risk youth in a residential setting for Boys Town in Rhode Island. He and his wife led a home for teenage boys for 4 years, with over 20 youth living with them during that time. They also ran emergency foster home for siblings in Rhode Island with over 80 youth living with them during a three year period. John was the Residential Director for Boys Town, overseeing a campus of 30 youth and 18 staff. John’s responsibilities included crises management, providing 24/7 on call consultation services to direct care staff and working with local stakeholders, including schools, judges, probation officers and caseworkers. Most recently, John worked for Weld County as their primary investigator for Institutional Abuse and Neglect allegations. John has a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul Minnesota.
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Robin Zook – Robin is the Registrar of Colorado Springs Early Colleges serving in that position and on the Leadership Team since 2008. Robin has been responsible for implementing the student information system (PowerSchool) and website for CSEC. She also handles most of the data reporting requirements from the Colorado Department of Education. Robin brings a variety of skills and perspectives to CSEC. She had the privilege of spending her childhood years in Liberia, West Africa in a missionary family and still loves the Liberian people and culture. She attended Judson Baptist College in Elgin, IL pursuing studies both in music and in English education. She has been active in church music programs since her teen years and taught piano for more than 20 years. She home schooled her four children and was active in the home school community for 18 years as a leader, educator, administrator, conference committee member and speaker at the community and state levels.
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