King has devoted his entire professional career to public education and
assisting public school districts.
He has 35 years of experience in Georgia as a teacher, coach, principal,
and superintendent. His 21
years as an appointed superintendent ranks among one of the longest tenures
of appointed superintendents.
He served as superintendent of Fitzgerald City Schools from
1978-1988, Tift County Schools from 1988-1994, and Thomaston-Upson County
Schools from 1995-2000. He also
served on the Boards of the Georgia School Superintendents Association,
Georgia Association of Educational Leaders, Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools, and the Georgia High School Association Executive
joined Morgan Keegan and Company as an educational specialist in
2000. In 2013, when Morgan Keegan merged with Raymond James
Financial, Frank moved to Raymond James and presently serves as First Vice
President of Atlanta Public Finance. In his work with Morgan Keegan
and Raymond James, he has helped plan over 180 successful ESPLOST
referendums and school bond issues.
received a B.A. from Presbyterian College, an M.A. from Vanderbilt/Peabody
University, and an Ed. S. from the University of Georgia.
Henry L. Cooper
Henry L. Cooper began a career in
education after working over 3 years in industrial engineering for United
Parcel Service. He has 32 years
of experience in education as a business teacher, coach, assistant
principal, principal, and central office staff
member. He served as Director
of Middle Georgia Regional Education Service Agency from 1998 to 2004.
In addition to his work with
King-Cooper, he provides consultant services to select school systems in
the area of leadership development.
In addition, he provides mentoring services to aspiring
he works cooperatively with the Georgia Department of Education to
coordinate the statewide RESA Standards reviews.
received his B.S. from the University of Louisville, an
M.Ed. from Western Kentucky University, and an Ed.S.
from the University of West