Daniel Quisenberry is president of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies (MAPSA). He is a veteran communicator with more than 20 years’ experience in governmental affairs, policy development and business management. As president, Quisenberry oversees all aspects of the association that promotes, protects and represents Michigan charter schools. MAPSA represents more than 90 percent of charter schools in Michigan and is recognized as the leading advocacy organization on behalf of charter schools in the state.
A graduate of Michigan State University, Quisenberry began his career working at the Michigan Chamber of Commerce. He joined MAPSA in 1997 after six years as general manager and legal administrator for a leading Michigan law firm.