Adil Baguirov Wants to Make His Community of Dayton Better

May 16, 2018
In his four years with an urban Board of Education in a school district that is the second-poorest in Ohio, Adil Baguirov has certainly made a difference. Before he arrived on the scene, the Dayton Public Schools district was very close to having to deal with a state takeover. Now, his and the other board members' attempts to significantly modernize the system have caused Dayton Public Schools to be in perhaps the best shape they have been in several decades. In fact, the district received "A" on components and subcomponents of their latest state report cards, which averted the possibility of a state takeover.

Adil Baguirov

Another improvement Adil Baguirov has directly led comes with the school district’s replacement of their fleet of aging school buses with 115 brand-new buses that are among the best available and which come with a 10-year bumper-to-bumper warranty. And he was able to finance them with existing money at a small 2.06 percent interest rate. The new buses are safer and more comfortable for the children, and therefore were much appreciated by students and parents. In addition to added safety, it is expected that the savings on school bus repairs and maintenance every year will be significant.

Ohio businessman Adil Baguirov

November 20, 2017
Adil Baguirov
With an education in business administration and international relations from the University of Southern California -- attained after an international move to the United States from the former Soviet Union -- Adil Baguirov settled into the Dayton, Ohio area many years ago. Since earning his degree in 1999, with time spent in California and Washington, D.C. before Ohio, Baguirov has amassed experience across transportation, logistics, real estate, healthcare, technology and energy. In 2013, he became a principal in American Power in Dayton, a premier logistics, trucking and warehousing company. Also that year, he began a five-year tenure with the Dayton Board of Education as well as began as a notary public in Montgomery County.