Dr. Constant currently serves as both a K-12 practitioner and scholar. In his 24th year in public education, Dr. Constant began his career teaching high school Technology Education at Apollo High School in Owensboro, KY. After 7 years, he moved into a staff developer role serving two different high schools in Owensboro (Apollo and Daviess County). Next, he entered school-level administration as an assistant principal and eventually principal of Daviess County High School. From there, Dr. Constant served for the entire Daviess County Public Schools district as the Technology Coordinator. In 2011, Dr. Constant moved to the Owensboro Public Schools and has served as an Assistant Superintendent, Chief Academic Officer, and now Interim Superintendent.
Dr. Constant earned his Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics with a minor in Vocal Performance in 1994 from Bellarmine University. In 1997, he earned his Master's in Vocational/Technical Education from Murray Statue University. By 2000, Dr. Constant had earned his Rank I in School Administration and in 2008 he finished his certification for school superintendency. Finally in 2011, Dr. Constant was the first graduate of the WKU Doctoral program, where he focused on P-12 administration and completed a dissertation about perceptions of students, parents, and teachers in a one-to-one laptop program.
Dr. Constant has served as an adjunct instructor for many institutions including Western Kentucky University, Owensboro Community and Technical College, Brescia University, Georgetown College, and Eastern Kentucky University.
He resides in Owensboro, KY and has a son currently enrolled in the UPS/College program in Louisville. His hobbies include singing in various community choruses and attending fine arts events. With his son, Dr. Constant keeps up with the NBA and makes treks to games as often as possible. He is an avid UK Basketball fan as well.