Dr. Chad Sayre is a longtime educator who currently works in the Park Hill School District in Kansas City, Missouri where he serves as an assistant principal at Park Hill High School. As an Olweus certified trainer presenting at numerous elementary, middle, and high schools across the metropolitan area, Dr. Sayre is a strong advocate of bully prevention. His research focuses primarily on school culture, safety, and institutional capacity. With grants from the University of Missouri and the European Union, he was able to study abroad focusing on student achievement in underprivileged environments. Most recently, he presented at the International Bully Prevention Conference on institutional saturation of processes to support bully prevention in schools. Dr. Sayre received his undergraduate degree at William Jewell College in elementary education, Master’s in Education Administration from the University of Missouri – Kansas City, and Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Missouri – Columbia.