Steve Dibb is a semi-retired career educator with over 40 years in public education. He served as a science teacher for 20 years, and spent another 20 years as a school, district and state education administrator. Since formally retiring from the MN Department of Education in 2016, Mr. Dibb has worked part time for a national education research organization as well as an independent consultant in the area of education leadership. He is currently serving as a part-time administrator and science specialist at Marine Village School.
He also volunteers as a citizen scientist at William O’Brien State Park and on the Citizen Advisory Committee for the Carnelian-Marine-St. Croix Watershed District.
Steve holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, a Master of Science in Environmental Education and completed certificate programs in both principal and superintendent licensure.
Steve and his wife live near Marine on St. Croix with their golden retriever, Kaia. He enjoys all aspects of the outdoors including fishing, hiking, birding, canoe camping, and taking long walks with Kaia. He has shared these lifelong endeavors with a strong interest and passion for all aspects of public education!