Bill Curran is the director of the Office of Student Activities and Athletic Programs. Appointed to the position in November 2007, he serves on the staff of the Division Superintendent and supports the Deputy Superintendent and Regions. Curran served as the director of Student Activities at Marshall High School prior to accepting his current position. A career high school special education teacher, Curran has served as a coach, teacher, and assistant principal in schools across the division with varied demographics, programs, strengths, and needs. A strong believer in the impact athletics and activities have on students and the school climate, Curran is a committed advocate for student opportunities. He has served on several Virginia High School League committees and currently serves on the high school steering committee with USA Football. He also serves on the project management team of the Be Like Coach Foundation. Curran earned a bachelor of arts in political science and philosophy from Randolph-Macon College, a master of arts in education from Marymount University, and a master of arts in educational leadership and administration from George Mason University.