Gina Wilson, originally from Chicago, Illinois, graduated from Southern Illinois University with an undergraduate degree in political science and holds an MBA from Lindenwood University. Gina Wilson has over 15 years of experience in management. Before joining Tulsa Public Schools, she served as the Chief Operating Officer for a 5.3 million dollar organization in St. Louis, Missouri.
Gina Wilson moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 2013. While working on authoring a book, she started subbing for Tulsa Public Schools. Within the role, Gina fell in love with the students and being in the classroom. While serving as a long-term substitute at Hale High School, she became certified as a Business/Career Technology Instructor and accepted a teaching position with Tulsa MET.
At Tulsa MET, Gina had the opportunity to lead the Chromebook initiative making Tulsa MET the first Tulsa Public Schools school to be 1:1. After working at Tulsa MET, Gina accepted a position at East Central High School. After her first year, she took the Dean of Students position.
Gina Wilson's passion for being a part of an organization's operations led her to work for her administration certification. In the summer of 2018, she became the Assistant Principal & Freshman Academy Director at East Central High School.
In the fall semester of 2019, Gina Wilson started East Central's Newcomers Academy. This program strategically supports students and families who are new to the country and the East Central community.
In July of 2020, Gina was named the Tulsa Virtual Academy principal and successfully led virtual learning for students in PK-12th grade.
Gina firmly believes that while some opportunities are given, others must be created. Her goal is to assist students in creating those opportunities to excel in their studies and be ready for college and careers.
Brian Stone has spent more than thirty years as an educator, working at schools in Oklahoma, Mississippi, and Washington. He has worked in Tulsa Public Schools for more than half that time and currently serves as the administrator in charge at East Central High School. His duties at East Central including supervision of guidance counselors, master scheduling, curriculum, testing, personnel, the senior class, and the Advanced Placement program.
Mr. Stone is married with two adult children. He enjoys reading, listening to music, working out, and going to the movies.