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Dr. Ault

A native of northwest Ohio, Dr. Ault began his career in education in 1982 as a math and social studies teacher at Three Rivers Middle School.  In 1987 he moved back to northwest Ohio and taught in the Napoleon Ohio City Schools until 1992 when he became Principal of Otis Elementary School in Fremont, Ohio.

In 1995, he returned to North Bend when he was named Principal of the Three Rivers Middle School. In 2003 he was promoted to Assistant Superintendent of Three Rivers and served successfully until 2005 when he left to go to Indian Hill in the same capacity.

During his tenure at Indian Hill, Dr. Ault oversaw all personnel functions including contract negotiations with the teachers association, recruitment, professional development, evaluation, and the wellness committee among other responsibilities. In 2014, he was selected by the College Board to serve as an Ambassador for a cultural exchange mission to Beijing, China where he visited numerous schools in and around the Hunan province. He currently serves on the Executive Board of the Ohio Association of School Personnel Administrators.

Dr. Ault earned his undergraduate degree in elementary education in 1982, a Master’s degree in 1989, and an Educational Specialist degree in 1992, all from Bowling Green State University.  In 2006, he completed a Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Cincinnati.