McCullough to Join PASBO Staff

Dr. Wayne K. McCullough, PRSBA, currently chief financial and operations officer at Southern York County School District, has been named director of leadership and development for the PA Association of School Business Officials (PASBO). He will begin his new position on July 1.

McCullough served as President of the association in the 2010-11 fiscal year. In 2013 he received the Gary Reeser Memorial Award, PASBO's most prestigious award.
The newly created position will capitalize on McCullough's expertise from 28 years in school business management. After leading more than 40 consulting projects for school districts across the state in the last ten years, he will continue his prominent role in providing consulting reviews in all aspects of school operations.

McCullough will also continue his work with the School Business Leadership Program at Wilkes University where he currently serves as an adjunct instructor. He will also be responsible for new program development to meet the needs of newly appointed school business officials and for expanding PASBO's current professional development and training programs.

“Dr. McCullough will be a great addition to our team in Harrisburg,” stated Jay Himes, CAE, PASBO executive director. “We are very excited about the opportunity to have Wayne's expertise and expansive knowledge in all areas of school operations.”

During his tenure at Southern York, the district has been recognized for numerous awards from several statewide education organizations including two PASBO Gold Awards of Excellence in School Facilities and two PASBO Awards for Achievement.He has also authored or coauthored technical manuals for school business officials including “The Elements of Facilities” and “The Elements of Transportation.” Additionally, he is a frequent presenter for PASBO programs.

McCullough holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Elizabethtown College and a master's degree in business administration as well as a doctor of business administration from the University of Phoenix. He has spent his entire school business management career at Southern York County School District.