During his more than 50 years of working in various aspects of education, many of Chicago’s leading companies came to view Chuck Tilton as a communicating expert and champion of employee development and excellence. A coach, mentor, and teacher, Tilton has worked in public, private, workplace education, and school book publishing. Chuck has taught in middle school, high school, college, and the workplace. He brings a wealth of experience and know-how to the North Putnam School Corporation mentoring effort.
Professionally, Chuck has trained at all levels of management to include presidents, college presidents, deans, vice-presidents, and editors. Chuck has managed political campaigns, written position papers, and directed marketing strategies. He is an experienced and expert motivator, coach and mentor. His experience in Putnam County includes substitute teaching and coaching youth and middle school football.
Tilton’s experience and know-how make him uniquely qualified to serve as the mentor coordinator for North Putnam School Corporation. He recognizes the desperate need for a strong mentoring program and is both anxious and excited to begin the effort. Tilton will be reaching out to the community for help that is necessary to establish mentoring as a key and viable component of the NPSC education experience.
Mr. Tilton is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s College where he majored in Education, English and Speech. He holds a Master’s Degree in Philosophy of Adult Education from Century University.
Chuck enjoys reading poetry and non-fiction, spectator sports, and mentoring his four adult grandchildren. He and Gayla, his wife of 53 years, have three daughters. Chuck is especially proud of his enduring marriage to Gayla who invited him to a Girl Scout dance when they were in the sixth grade—way back in 1949.