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Assistant Superintendent of Operations & Financial Services

ZIEMERAssistant Superintendent of Operations & Financial Services

Dr. Brian Ziemer is a veteran Certified Secondary Educator, senior departmental administrator and adjunct professor of communication and conflict resolution with 21 years’ experience in the classroom; a Certified Public Accountant with 27 years’ experience as Chief Financial Officer, Controller, business owner, crisis manager and turnaround consultant; a published quantitative researcher in adolescent behavioral development in the wake of familial conflict and life trauma; a well-known scholar, theologian, public speaker, invited research lecturer, and author; and a life-long jazz musician and world traveler.

Dr. Ziemer earned his B.B.A. in Accountancy and Taxation from the University of Houston; his M.A. in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation from Abilene Christian University; and his Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from Nova Southeastern University with concentrations in conflict in schools and organizations; organizational design, communication and change processes; as well as family communication and conflict resolution. Dr. Ziemer's interdisciplinary quantitative research agenda examines long term effects of family trauma on adolescent development, behavior, learning outcomes and later adult relationships.

Dr. Ziemer joined Mexia ISD in December 2016, where he oversees the departments of Business and Finance; Maintenance and Transportation; Information Technology; Food Services; and Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS). He is married to fellow Mexia ISD faculty member Dr. Cherilyn Ziemer. The Ziemers have three grown children: Christen the artist; Brian the accountant; and Dr. Jordan the UTSA assistant professor.

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