Adil is the president and CEO of Amplidyne, Inc., a technology company based in Colorado. Adil has been in the high technology industry for more than 16 years and most recently served as the President and CFO of Microtech-Tel, Inc. Adil is an adjunct professor at University of Denver, specializing in strategic management and operations management. He is an active member in the education community. He has served as a University of Denver board member and is currently serving as the President of the Board of the Colorado School Resource Center. Adil is married with two children.
Kay Wan, Director
Kay Wan is originally from the beautiful Pacific NW town of Portland, Oregon. After receiving her bachelors degree in Communications-Broadcast Journalism, she worked for television news stations in Portland, Seattle, Las Vegas and Denver. Kay has covered many national stories as a field producer for ABC News, Good Morning America, CNN and FOX Newschannel. Kay and her husband, RJ, moved to Parker, Colorado in 1999. They have two children. They joined the American Acadmey family in the inaugural year of the Parker campus.
Michelle Slovensky, Director
Michelle is the Intelligent Campus Program Manager at the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). As a strategic and technical leader, she implements energy, natural resource, renewable energy systems and high performance building projects that assist both federal government and the energy industry. She is also a spokesperson and educator for the laboratory and as such conducts education workshops for other federal and state agencies, Fortune 500 companies and universities.
Prior to joining the American Academy Board of Directors this spring (she was appointed by the Board of Directors to fill a vacancy left by a previous board member), Michelle served two terms on the American Academy School Accountability Committee (SAC) as the chair. She has enjoyed her experience on the Board of Directors and if given the opportunity, she would like to continue nurturing American Academy's vision and supporting the administration and staff of the school in achieving that vision.
She grew up in the northeast and moved to Colorado in 1995 after attending graduate school at Harvard University. Michelle, her husband George, and her daughter Danika live in Castle Rock.