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Wallace Ting Wallace Ting

Dr. Wallace Ting is originally from Dallas, Texas and has worked in both public and private schools in the United States and abroad as a mathematics teacher, Elementary Principal, Assistant Director, and School Director. Dr. Ting is an alumni of the New York City Teaching Fellows and has worked overseas in Colombia, Guatemala, and Nigeria. He earned his Doctorate degree in Organizational Change and Leadership from the University of Southern California, investigating factors that affect International School Director tenure and longevity. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and camping. Dr. Ting currently resides in Orlando, Florida with his young son, Phillip.

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