Standard Bio (The Real Me is below)
Bill Ziegler has committed his life to sharing God’s love and truth to the educational community. He lives in Boyertown, PA with his wife, Kim and two young children.
Bill is a prominent speaker, author, national radio host, and public school principal. Bill has been a guest on Family News in Focus, Focus on the Family’s Weekend Magazine, Parenting Today’s Teens with Mark Gregston, and has been featured in USA TODAY’s Education Reports.
Bill serves as the host of the nationally syndicated radio program, TIPPS (Teaching in Public/Private Schools) which is aired on over 450 radio stations worldwide. TIPPS is a media outreach of Christian Educators Association International.
Bill believes that serving God and his family are his two top priorities. Currently, Bill serves as a principal in a suburban middle school in PA. His first love of education is in the classroom, where he served as a Social Studies teacher.
He currently serves on the board of the PA Association of Elem/Sec. School Principals, presented at over ten national conferences, published articles, and designed award winning programs within his school.
Bill also serves as the Regional Director for Christian Educators Association International, is a member of the National Religious Broadcasters and is the founder of TIPPS (Teaching In Public/Private Schools).
The Real Me!
I am married to my best friend, Kim. We are doing our best to raise our two beautiful kids to have a passionate relationship with God. Our kids are the joy of our life. Oh, and I can’t forget our golden retriever, Windsor, and our tabby cat, Dexter There’s a Storm Coming. That’s right, our daughter named our cat after a phrase from the movie “Night at the Museum.”
Next to God, family is the most important thing in my life. I grew up in a very close family and still live only a mile from my mom and dad. After a long battle with breast cancer, my friend and sister, Jane went home to be with Jesus.
My family loves to eat our favorite burrito at California Tortilla, go hiking in the woods, swimming in the ocean, and watching a great movie.
I’m still a kid at heart, I love to have fun, take risks, and explore new things. I love warm summer nights at Citizen Bank Park watching the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies and cool fall evenings making smores by our chimenea. Winters are spent hoping the Eagles will make it to the Super Bowl, and Spring is my favorite season to plant in the garden and smell the flowers bloom.