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Jerry Shiveley is the former Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer at Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU). With an annual budget of over $130 million, the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU) is a suburban and urban regional educational service agency in the Philadelphia suburbs serving 22 scho… Read More
Jerry Shiveley is the former Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer at Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU). With an annual budget of over $130 million, the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU) is a suburban and urban regional educational service agency in the Philadelphia suburbs serving 22 school districts and over 200 non public schools with over 140,000 students in in Montgomery County. Now that he is retired, Jerry has had the opportunity to dedicate much of his time towards his passion for health, wellness, longevity, and travel.

As Jerry Shiveley contends, healthy living can replace many popularly-prescribed drugs. There are many natural plants with illness-curing properties. Furthermore, many health issues can be solved by paying close attention to the bacteria in your gut. He recommends Kulreet Chaudhary, MD’s book The Prime, which describes old healing methods, as well as ways to care for these bacteria, such as not drinking soda.

Looking forward, Shiveley plans to improve his health by exercising and meditating. Now that he is retired, he hopes to have more time for these things. He advises others to also spend time relaxing and laughing. Luckily, he never has to worry about these things!

Jerry Shiveley also has a passion for traveling and immersing himself in the diverse cultures that exist around the globe. He relishes the opportunity to explore new places, experience unique cultures, and meet people from different walks of life. Jerry especially loves doing this when the location involves sitting on a warm beach, overlooking the ocean with a cup of coffee in his hand. Read Less
Jerry Shiveley attended Oregon State University, where he received his Bachelor's in Agricultural Education, and his Master's in Administration of Vocational Education. Jerry then went on to obtain his Doctorate of Education at Brigham Young University.
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