Jeffrey Burt, Superintendent, Colchester, CT
Michael Conner, Superintendent, Middletown, CT
Craig Cooke, Superintendent, Windsor, CT
Anna Cutaia, Superintendent, Milford, CT
Charles Dumais, Executive Director of Cooperative Educational Services (CES)
Matt Geary, Superintendent, Manchester, CT
Robert Gilbert, Superintendent of Schools, Woodbridge, CT
Jordan Grossman, Superintendent, Granby, CT
Jason Hartling, Superintendent, Ledyard, CT
Brian Hendrickson, Assistant Superintendent, Ellington, CT
Bridget Heston-Carnemolla, Superintendent, Avon, CT
Susan Lubomski, Superintendent, Torrington, CT
Kelly Lyman, Superintendent, Mansfield, CT
Joseph Macary, Superintendent, Vernon, CT
Christopher Montini, Superintendent, Naugatuck, CT
Brian Murphy, Superintendent, New Hartford, CT
Jeff Newton, Superintendent, East Lyme, CT
Scott Nicol, Superintendent, Ellington, CT
Martin Semmel, Superintendent, Plymouth, CT
Jeff Solan, Superintendent of Schools, Cheshire, CT
Joshua Smith, Superintendent, Region 15
Robert Testa, Assistant Superintendent, Vernon, CT
Timothy Van Tasel, Superintendent, Suffield, CT
Michael Yamin, Superintendent, Region 16
Walter Willet, Superintendent, Tolland, CT
Approximately 70 current CT superintendents are graduates of UConn’s Executive Leadership Program and many current district office leadership appointees are also ELP graduates.
EDLR-affiliated superintendents, Leslie Torres-Rodriguez and Michael Conner are featured in the Time article on education during COVID-19.
ELP alumnus Charles D. Britton chosen to replace O’Reilly as Portland schools chief – The Hour
UCAPP and ELP alumnus, Bryan Olkowski, was recently selected to serve as Washington Central School Board’s new superintendent. Times Argus.
ELP alumna Vonetta Romeo-Rivers has been appointed director of teaching and learning for Regional School District #10, as noted in The Register Citizen, January 2020.
“More than 60 Neag School alums, students, faculty, and administrators, along with education professionals from across Connecticut, gathered last month for an evening of networking, followed by a panel discussion at the Darien Community Association in Darien, Conn.” Read the full Neag story.