Doctor of Education Joins Munetrix as Senior Education Consultant


Bob Kittle, President of Munetrix, has announced doctor of education William “Bill” Hamilton, will fill the new role of Senior Education Consultant for its school business segment as the company continues to round out its advisory team.

“Bill Hamilton is a respected educator, consultant and former superintendent who brings more than 40 years of administrative, teaching and tech knowledge to the Munetrix team. As we continue to build on our leadership position in analytics, planning and financial management, Bill helps us round out the student achievement component.” Kittle said. “The business of K-12 education is about student learning and by adding Bill to the team, we are increasing our overall depth of understanding in monitoring student achievement. This is especially important considering the myriad of student assessment software programs whose data doesn’t correlate well with state assessment data. Our intent is to solve that issue for our school district customers using Bill’s expertise in academics and our deep knowledge of relational database technology.”

Previously, Hamilton served as superintendent of the largest school district in Oakland County, Walled Lake Consolidated Schools from 2005 to 2010. He also served as Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum at Walled Lake from 1993 to 2005.

In Hamilton’s recent years as an education consultant, his projects included but were not limited to mentoring new superintendents, and leading a learning turnaround for a failing Oakland County high school.

As a graduate of Wayne State University, Hamilton received a bachelor’s degree in Education, English and Social Studies, a M.Ed. in Educational Administration and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership.

Munetrix is a Michigan-based public sector solutions provider that offers data analytics and transparency tools for state and local governments and public school districts. The company received the Readers’ Choice Top 100 products for 2016 recognition for the second consecutive year from District Administration magazine, which is geared towards leaders in K-12 education.