About John Littleford

For the past 40 years, John Littleford has worked in various roles across the educational spectrum, serving as teacher, administrator, and consultant. A resident of Delray Beach, Florida, John Littleford currently dedicates his professional efforts to a wide range of educational consulting objectives at Littleford & Associates, where he provides assistance to independent learning institutions around the world. At the helm of Littleford & Associates since 1994, John Littleford has developed his organization into a full-service consulting firm, handling such responsibilities as executive searches, fund-raising, marketing, administrative transitions, financial planning, staff compensation, and board governance. Owing to John Littleford’s strong performance as Senior Partner, Littleford & Associates commands an extensive network of clients in the United States and abroad and continues to build an impeccable reputation in the arena of educational consulting. John Littleford founded Littleford & Associates after a two-year period as Headmaster of La Jolla Country Day School in Southern California, where he increased enrollment by 20 percent and launched a Japanese exchange program, among other accomplishments. Arriving at La Jolla Country Day School after four years as Headmaster for the University School of Milwaukee, John Littleford achieved an ambitious mandate to increase faculty salaries through a $25 million endowment campaign. From 1974 to 1986, John Littleford built his considerable knowledge of educational infrastructure and independent schools as Headmaster of the Breck School in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A graduate of Dickinson College, John Littleford studied history and various foreign languages, receiving his B.A. in 1966. Over the course of his career, John Littleford has also pursued graduate studies at Harvard University, Princeton University, and Stanford University, and holds an M.A. in East Asian Studies. An author as well, John Littleford wrote Faculty Salary Systems in Independent Schools during a full-year sabbatical at Harvard and ultimately was published by the National Association of Independent Schools.

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