Bernie Dolan joined the WVSSAC July 1, 2015. He assumed the position of Executive Director in January 2016. He received his Masters from West Virginia University and a Professional Administration Certificate from Salem International University. Dolan comes to the WVSSAC from Ohio County where he served as Assistant Superintendent. He also served as Principal, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director, math instructor, and Technology Coordinator at Wheeling Park High School. Bernie has served as the Director for the Super Six; Director of the State Golf Tournament; on the OVAC Executive Board; on the WVADA Board of Directors; and on the WVSSAC Board of Directors.
Mr. Greg Reed, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director, Martinsburg High School was appointed Assistant Executive Director in December 2015. He attended Glenville State College majoring in Secondary Education. He received his MA in Communication Studies from WVU and his Educational Leadership degree from Salem International University. He taught and coached at Nicholas County High School. Greg served as Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at Martinsburg High School since 2003.
Mr. Wayne Ryan assumed the position of Assistant Executive Director in July, 2016. He served as Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at Summers County High School. He received his Bachelors in Secondary Education from Alderson Broaddus and Masters in Communication from West Virginia University. He received his CAA certification from the NIAAA. He is also a member of the WBCA, NFHSCA, WVSACA, NIAAA and the WVADA.
Dr. Cindy Daniel joined the WVSSAC staff in July 2018 as an Assistant Executive Director. A veteran educator with 34 years of experience in the West Virginia public school system, Dr. Daniel has served as a teacher, coach, curriculum supervisor, assistant principal, acting principal, and assistant superintendent before retiring in 2017 as the WV Deputy State Superintendent of Schools. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Multi-categorical Special Education from the University of Charleston, masters’ degrees in School Counseling and Leadership Studies from Marshall University, and her doctorate in Leadership Studies from Marshall University.