DACC Superintendent, Mary Beth Freeman

Mary Beth Freeman is the Superintendent of the Delaware Area Career Center where she leads the district in creating environments for student success.

Since Mary Beth came to the Delaware Area Career Center, the district has embraced blended and personalized learning. Under her leadership, the district has added new programs in the technology, health, and engineering fields. Mary Beth is also leading the district in a building project to create an interactive, and highly technical learning space.

As a voice for change, Mary Beth is in communication with legislators to advocate for career and technical education. She is the Past President of the Ohio Association of Career and Technical Superintendents. She has also served as Past President for the Ohio Career and Technical Administrators and the Ohio Association of Career and Technical Education – Administrative Division, from which she earned two Trendsetter Awards.

Mary Beth is committed to providing a comprehensive and supportive learning environment. By partnering with area agencies, she brings together professionals to serve the whole student in addition to providing a high quality educational experience. A highlight of Mary Beth’s career is working with staff who embrace change to help students be successful for the future.

Mary Beth received her Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education from Wright State University and her Master’s of Science in Educational Administration from the University of Dayton.  She spent 20 years of her career at the Miami Valley Career and Technology Center before coming to the Delaware Area Career Center in 2008.