This event has ended. Visit the official site or create your own event on Sched.
DECEMBER 1-2, 2022 | BOSTON, MA, USA | Conference overview | Registration | Accommodations | Directions | Contact us
Details are updated regularly to reflect the latest information.

avatar for Dr. Andrew Dolloff

Dr. Andrew Dolloff

Yarmouth, ME
Superintendent of Schools

Contact Me

Dr. Andrew Dolloff is in his ninth year as Superintendent of Schools in Yarmouth, Maine. Andrew is a 35-year veteran of Maine public schools, having taught chemistry and coached varsity basketball for eight years before making the move to school leadership in 1995. Andrew and the schools he has led have received recognition at the state and national level, including three Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, Principal of the Year, and Superintendent of the Year. He has served on the International Advisory Board for the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Principals’ Center and is the Board Chair for the New England School Development Council. Currently, Andrew is the chair of the advisory board for the University of Southern Maine’s Educational Leadership program, where he is an adjunct professor of Educational Leadership, School Finance, and Contemporary Issues in Education. Andrew’s book, The Trust Imperative: Practical approaches to effective school leadership, was published by Rowman & Littlefield in May 2022.

A Maine native, Andrew earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine at Farmington, a master’s degree at the University of Southern Maine, and completed advanced studies at the University of New England. In 2015, Andrew completed his Ph.D. in Public Policy with a concentration in Educational Policy and Leadership at the Edmund S. Muskie School of Public Service at U.S.M, where his dissertation focused on resource allocation in Maine’s more efficient public high schools.

Andrew lives in Gorham, Maine with his wife, Brenda, who is also an educator of more than 30 years. They have four grown children, each of whom were educated in Maine’s public schools before completing successful undergraduate and graduate programs throughout New England.