C.J. Huff

C.J. Huff

Superintendent Joplin Schools

Having lived through the hardship of natural disaster has shaped the speeches of C.J. Huff, making for motivational and inspiring dialogue.

Dr. Huff's educational trajectory began as he earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Pittsburgh State University and continued his education by mastering in education at Missouri State University. Huff also earned a doctorate from University of Arkansas in 2003. In 2008, he took on the role of Superintendent at Joplin Schools with remarkably noteworthy work ethic and dedication to playing his role as an exemplary role to students.

Most recently, Missouri Association of School Administrators awarded him the Robert L. Pearce Award for 2012 for his tireless efforts rebuilding schools after a natural disaster in Joplin. The speeches of C.J. Huff are motivational, as they provide a message of inspirational resilience.

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