Greg Dhuyvetter represents the Western Catholic Educational Association on the ACS WASC Commission. He has over thirty-five years’ experience in Catholic education, serving as teacher, administrator, and superintendent of the Diocese of Orange, CA. From the earliest part of his career, he has been involved in educational reform, working with strategic planning, program development, faculty development, and ed-tech initiatives, trying to anticipate and create the new realities of education. He has particularly focused on using school accreditation as a lever for reform, and he has participated on visiting teams, reading teams, and protocol development committees.
After serving as superintendent, he spent three years working as Lead Consultant for Catholic School Management, assisting schools all over the country with assessments, leadership training, and strategic planning. In April of 2021, he returned to the field of accreditation, assuming the position of Executive Director of the Western Catholic Educational Association. He speaks regularly at conferences and publishes in educational journals.