Dr. Vincent L. Windrow

Dr. Vincent L. Windrow

Associate Vice Provost for Student Success
Middle Tennessee State University

A popular national keynote speaker and conference presenter, Dr. Vincent Windrow was a featured speaker at the recent annual gathering of National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators (NAFEPA) hosted in Washington, D.C. He was also one of six educators chosen out of 113 applicants to present at the Education Advisory Board’s ConnectED Conference also held in our nation’s capital. The National Organization for Student Success (NOSS) has selected him to be its 2022 national conference keynoter following his presentation at its 2020 national conference.

He is uniquely gifted in the areas of leadership development, customer service, harnessing the power of teachers, motivating staffs and students, and understanding the promise and not just the problems of children born into poverty. His presentations to entire school districts and state and national conferences include the following subject matter and topics:

  • All of Us for All of Them: Our Only Path to Success
  • Aspirational Leadership
  • Ten Keys to Super Leadership
  • Student Success through the Eyes of Literature I,II, and III
  • Motivating Unmotivated Students
  • Koinonia: Building Community, Impacting Lives
  • Your Students are not You: Delivering what the need is now
  • REBOUND: Encouraging educators and students to shoot again and score

As the Associate Vice-Provost of Student Success, Dr. Windrow has principal responsibilities for the leadership and oversight of many high-impact initiatives at Middle Tennessee State University including several student support programs. As he did while the vice president of a multi-million dollar technology firm, Windrow leads his staff and its initiatives with a passion for progress, collaboration, and community.

The author of two books including The Fox Traps for Teachers: Tips for Everyday Life in the Classroom, Dr. Windrow’s upcoming project is “Help Me Get out of Here: How to Best Support Students Living in Poverty” and is due out late 2021.

Related Upcoming and Recent Keynote Engagements:
03/2022 - National Organization for Student Success (NOSS)
01/2021 - Stewart Creek Middle School (Tennessee)
10/2020 - Virginia Association of Federal Education Program Administrators (VAFEPA)
08/2020 - Marion County Schools (Alabama)
03/2020 - National Organization for Student Success (NOSS)
01/2020 - Wake County School System (North Carolina)
01/2020 - Rockvale Middle School (Tennessee)
10/2019 - North Carolina Association of Compensatory Educators (NCACE)
09/2019 - Rutherford County School System (Tennessee)
08/2019 - DeKalb County School System (Alabama)
08/2019 - Auburn City Schools (Alabama)
08/2019 - Rutherford County School System (Tennessee)
08/2019 - Marion County Schools (Alabama)
08/2019 - Rock Hill Local Schools System (Ohio)
07/2019 - East Carver City Schools (Minnesota)
03/2019 - National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators (NAFEPA)