José L. Dotres is the Chief Human Capital Officer for Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the fourth largest school district in the nation. Mr. Dotres is a Key member of senior leadership team providing oversight, guidance, and support for strategic initiative in areas including teacher and leader development, performance management, teacher recruitment, staffing, labor relations, and professional standards to ensure the District priority of student achievement is met at all levels. He is charged with overseeing approximately 50,000 employees, collaborating with five labor unions and supervises School Police. His career spans over 24 years in various capacities with M-DCPS, to include Principal, District Administrative Director of Leadership Development, Regional Administrative Director of Curriculum and Superintendent of the North Region Area, where he was responsible for 82 public schools across 12 municipalities. He was also Assistant Superintendent of Human Capital Management for Professional Development and was tasked with strengthening the leadership capacity of principals and enhancing the teacher evaluation system. Subsequently, he served as Chief Academic Officer for Broward County Public Schools. He returned to M-DCPS to serve as Chief of Staff for Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Alberto M. Carvalho. Mr. Dotres holds an educational specialist degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Miami, masters degree in Reading from Barry University, and a bachelors degree for Public Administration from Florida International University.