• Becky MeyerBecky Meyer

    AFSA K-12 Executive Director  Human Capital Leader in Education Badge     

    651-209-3915

    bmeyer@afsak12.com

    Becky Meyer, who is a licensed MN Principal and Superintendent, began her journey with AFSA in 2002 as the Assistant Director and became Director the following year.  She has been with AFSA through most of the growth and changes so far as AFSA has developed into the school it is.  Becky has a background in Agricultural and Science Education, an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin River Falls, and a Master’s degree from Purdue in Educational Administration. Becky received certification as a Professional Human Capital Leader in Education (pHCLE) in November 2020. This certification recognizes individuals’ mastery of a unique set of knowledge and skills at the intersection of education and human resources, designed to facilitate effective leadership and management in schools, districts, and other education organizations.

     

  • Erik Bruner-Wiltse

    AFSA K-12 Assistant Director, Academic Director (7-12), Enrollment Coordinator (7-12)

    651-209-3914

    ebrunerwiltse@afsak12.com

    Erik Bruner-Wiltse joined the AFSA administrative team in 2022. He has a background in school leadership, special education, and secondary English education. Erik graduated with a degree in English education from the University of Missouri - St. Louis. He received his master’s degree in instructional process and behavioral analysis from Washington University in St. Louis. He also has a master’s degree in educational leadership from Northwest Missouri State University and is a certified school administrator in the state of Minnesota. Erik is experienced with teaching in and leading small, mission-focused schools and was a school administrator for an alternative middle and high school near St. Louis, MO before joining the team at AFSA. He has experience in leading schools through new program development, managed growth, and systemic changes and believes in the importance of nurturing small school settings as a place for instructional creativity, authentic learning, and social/emotional safety. Erik lives in the Twin Cities area with his wife, daughter, and dog, Harriet.