Mark B. Miller is completing his third term as an elected school director of the Centennial School District in Bucks County, PA. He is completing his first term as a trustee and has contributed more than a decade of service to PSBA. Mark has served as a member or officer of PSBA’s Governing Board for seven years, during which time he’s been a staunch public education advocate. His efforts earned numerous awards and acknowledgements, including citations from the PA House, PA Senate and Congress. Among his most prized recognition are the Allwein Society Legislative Advocacy Award (2014) and PSBA CEO’s Distinguished Service Award (2018). Among Mark’s other service, he is vice-chair of Middle Bucks Institute of Technology, co-chair of Keystone State Education Coalition and on the Easy Procure Board of Managers. Mark was the founding chairperson of EdPAC and a director of the Network for Public Education. His service also includes service to NSBA. Mark is a delegate to the Federal Relations Network since 2008 and has been a member or chair of several NSBA committees and task forces. Mark believes there is no higher service to Public Education than that of being an elected school director in the community which you reside.