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Dr. Greg Winters

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Fiscal Officer

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Local Address:  United States
Oklahoma Association of Career and Technology Education
4545 N Lincoln Blvd Suite 159
Oklahoma City , Oklahoma 73105
United States

Company Description: The OkACTE office provides communication to the divisions and relies on division officers to funnel the information to the membership seeking input from their...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Mangum High School
  • bachelor's degree
    Southwestern Oklahoma State University
  • doctorate , Occupational Adult Education
    Oklahoma State University
  • master's degree , Secondary School Administration
    Central State
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Web References
OkACTE :: Officers, 26 June 2015 [cached]
Fiscal Officer - Greg Winters
Board of Directors | Oklahoma ACTE, 21 Nov 2012 [cached]
Greg Winters Canadian Valley Tech Center 6505 East Hwy 66 El Reno, OK 73036-9117 405.729.8324
Site Purpose & Objective - The Board of Directors, 3 Mar 2015 [cached]
Greg Winters - Canadian Valley Technology Center (El Reno)
Greg Winters Receives ... [cached]
Greg Winters Receives Oklahoma CareerTech's Top Award
Greg Winters Receives Oklahoma CareerTech's Top Award
Greg Winters (left) received the Francis Tuttle award from Chad Tuttle, grandson of the late Francis Tuttle.
Greg Winters, superintendent of Canadian Valley Technology Center, received Oklahoma CareerTech's most prestigious award during the 47th annual Career and Technology Education Summer Conference.
Winters received the Francis Tuttle Career Excellence Award given by Oklahoma ACTE.
Winters is completing his 39th year as an Oklahoma educator. He has served as superintendent at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center in Choctaw and at Kiamichi Technology Center and in July 2008, was named to his current position at Canadian Valley. In addition to his work in career and technology education, Winters has served in various roles in common and higher education, including teacher, coach, adjunct professor, principal, and assistant superintendent.
On May 31, 2013, all nine buildings of Canadian Valley's El Reno campus were destroyed by the largest tornado on record. Winters' leadership and tenacity was instrumental in the successful relocation in 75 days of 19 programs, 130 employees and all of the supporting functions necessary to run a technology center campus. His leadership continues through the design and construction phase of the rebuilding of the El Reno campus.
Through his career, Winters has served on numerous boards and commissions. He served 26 years on the board of directors for the National Technical Honor Society, serving as the president for two years. He serves as a board member for the Canadian County United Way, Oklahoma Teacher Retirement, Federal Correction Institute and Integris Canadian Valley Hospital and is treasurer of the Southwest Oklahoma Impact Coalition. In 1992, he was elected to serve as the president of what is now the Oklahoma Career and Technical Education Association.
Executive Q&A: The son of an ..., 13 July 2014 [cached]
Executive Q&A: The son of an ice cream maker, Greg Winters, the Canadian Valley Technology Center chief executive, hasn't forgotten his Mangum roots, nor his father's advice 30 years ago when he took his first superintendent position in Choctaw. by Paula Burkes Published: July 13, 2014 Advertisement
When Greg Winters, chief executive of Canadian Valley Technology Center, took his first superintendent's job some 30 years ago, his father - who was never a boss and always worked by the hour - gave him these two pieces of advice:
Photo - Greg Winters
Greg Winters
No. 1: Don't ever act like you're the boss. "If you're a good boss, everyone knows it," his father told him.
No. 2: Don't ask anyone to do anything you're not willing to do yourself.
Winters said he's frequently reflected on that wisdom over his long career in school administration, including - and especially - when an F-5 tornado destroyed the technology center's El Reno campus on May 31, 2013.
Winters, who was named Canadian Valley superintendent in May 2008, donned his boots and jeans and worked alongside his 260-member faculty and staff to salvage what they could from the campus and be ready by Aug. 15 to resume classes in an old car dealership in Yukon.
Among that campus, one in Chickasha and a third at SW 15 and Czech Hall Road, Canadian Valley serves more than 1,400 students. Winters oversees an annual budget of roughly $43 million.
Winters, 61, recently sat down with The Oklahoman to talk about his life and career.
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