Georgia Cyber Academy Board of Directors
Kenneth Asher is GCA's Governing Board Chair and the President & CEO of KASHER Capital Inc, a financial firm providing funding & advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Kenneth is also the founder of an EdTech start-up with a mission to expand access to quality education to out-of-school children in Africa. He has over 20 years of public and private sector leadership experience directing different global organizational initiatives to improve financial, operations, risk and technology management. He currently serves as an Alumni Board Director at Webster University, as a Board Director at JCRC Atlanta, and as a Board Councilor at AJC Atlanta. Kenneth earned his Ed.M. from Harvard University and M.S. in Finance from Webster University, and he holds the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) credential from the Association for Financial Professionals.
John Brooks is Chief Executive Officer of Clarity Consulting Group with over 26 years of experience in senior executive human resources management, organizational development and technology consulting in the government, nonprofit and private sectors. Prior to founding Clarity Consulting Group, John served in various chief human resource officer and senior human resources management roles in institutions and systems including the Missouri State Office of Administration Division of Personnel, Missouri State Supreme Court, University of Missouri System (Administration, Healthcare, MOREnet, eMINTS, MOBIUS), the University System of Georgia, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, Tennessee Technological University, Armstrong State University and Radford University. He has also served as senior consultant and project director for several large human resources and payroll enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems (PeopleSoft, Banner, ADP, Oracle HCM, Kronos, Workday).
He holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Missouri State University and Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal Justice Administration and Psychology from Drury University.
Dr. Jametria Floyd is Assistant Professor at Georgia Gwinnett College in Curriculum Instruction and currently C.E. O/ Executive Director of Divine Reach Education and Counsel, Inc., a nonprofit organization. Dr. Floyd is a multi-faceted educator serving over twenty-five years in elementary education, reading, and exceptional education. She has also been an adjunct professor at Georgia State University-Georgia Perimeter College, Kennesaw State University, and West Georgia Technical College. Dr. Jametria Floyd obtains a B.S at Fort Valley State University in Early Childhood Education, Master of Arts in Foundation in Education, Ed. S in Curriculum Instruction and School Administration and E.D.D in Adult Education. Dr. Jametria Floyd is also an author of " Student Peer Mentoring for non-tradition first-year students."
Dr. Amos Johnson
Amos Johnson Jr. PhD leads and pastors Church for Entrepreneurs, a church without walls that equips believers across the world to succeed at their God-given entrepreneurial calling by teaching them the Word of God from and entrepreneurial perspective, providing them with godly counsel along their entrepreneurial journey and praying for their success. Dr. Johnson is also an Associate Professor in Computer Science at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Juli McBrayer
Juliann Sergi McBrayer, Ed.D. is an Assistant Professor and Program Director in P-12 Educational Leadership at Georgia Southern University. She holds a Doctorate and Educational Specialist from Georgia Southern University, a Master’s degree from Ohio University, and a Bachelor's degree from SUNY College at Buffalo. She has served 20 years as an educational leadership assistant professor, educational program coordinator, instructional school leader, professional development and federal programs coordinator, classroom teacher and teacher leader. As a scholarly practitioner, her research interests include the development, implementation, and assessment of educational leadership and teacher preparation programs with a focus on purposeful, collaborative, and sustainable professional learning, specifically professional learning communities and programming to ensure effectiveness and accountability.
Mark serves as the Technical College System of Georgia’s Assistant Commissioner for Governmental/Legislative Affairs and all Secondary Education Initiatives where he manages TCSG’s Legislative Affairs/Governmental Relations and also leads a team that manages all Secondary-facing initiatives (to include all Dual Enrollment efforts and the Georgia College & Career Academy network) across the entire state. He is also a leader in the charter school and education reform arenas and has served as Board Chair for the Georgia Charter Schools Association, former Executive Director of the Georgia Charter Schools Commission, and as CEO of one of Georgia’s College & Career Academies. He has extensive entrepreneurial and business-world experience as both a start-up entrepreneur and a business owner. He is a 1992 graduate of Princeton University, a 2008 graduate of Leadership Georgia, and a proud 20-year Veteran of the U.S. Army.
Board Meetings are open to the public and held on the third Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise noted. Agendas are posted to the on the Board Meetings page and in the GCA office prior to the scheduled meeting.
- Academic Oversight Committee
- Finance Committee
- Governance Committee
Board Committee Meetings are open to the public. Agendas are posted on the Board Committees page and in the Georgia Cyber Academy office prior to the scheduled meeting.
The Board encourages members of the public to offer comments and express opinions on both specific actions to be taken by the Board, as well as any other issue directly related to the operation of the School. In accordance with this policy, any individual may address the Board on agenda items during the public comment period as long as they meet any legal provisions governing participation at public meetings. Individuals may present either in-person or by telephone.
Individuals are strongly encouraged to follow school grievance policies and discuss their comments and concerns with appropriate school staff members, administrators, and/or Board members before directing such comments to the entire Board during a meeting.
The GCA Head of School will serve as the primary spokesperson for the School in the context of media relations. The Chair of the Board will serve as the primary spokesperson for the Georgia Cyber Academy, Inc. and its Board. The Chair, with the approval of the Board, may delegate any other Board member or other person to serve as spokesperson for the Board and/or School in any matter or matters.
Media Contact: Michael Kooi, Executive Director
Phone: 404-3344790 ext. 2289