MSAN is comprised of two organizing structures: the Governing Board and the Research Practitioner Council (RPC).  In addition, the executive director and other researchers provide guidance and support to MSAN projects.

Governing Board

Alexandria City Public Schools
Lois Berlin
Interim Superintendent

Amherst-Pelham Regional Schools
Michael Morris
Superintendent

Ann Arbor Public Schools
Jeanice Kerr Swift
Superintendent

Arlington Public Schools
Patrick Murphy
Superintendent

Birmingham Public Schools
Daniel Nerad
Superintendent

Brookline Public Schools
Andrew Bott
Superintendent

Buckeye Elementary School District #33
Kristi Sandvik
Superintendent

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools
Pamela Baldwin
Superintendent

Cleveland Heights/University Heights City School District
Talisa Dixon
Superintendent

East Lansing Public Schools
Dori Leyko
Superintendent

Evanston/Skokie Elementary District 65
Paul Goren
Superintendent

Evanston Township High School District 202
Eric Witherspoon
Superintendent

Farmington Public Schools
George Heitsch
Superintendent

Harrisonburg City Public Schools
Scott Kizner
Superintendent

Isaac Elementary School District #5
Mario Ventura
Superintendent

La Grange School District 102
Kyle Schumacher
Superintendent

Madison Metropolitan School District
Jennifer Cheatham
Superintendent

Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District
George Mavroulis
Superintendent

Niles Township High School District 219
Steven Isoye
Superintendent

Oak Park Elementary School District 97
Carol Kelley
Superintendent

Oak Park and River Forest High School
Joylynn Pruitt-Adams
Superintendent

Paradise Valley Unified School District
Jim Lee
Superintendent

Princeton Public Schools
Steve Cochrane
Superintendent

Shaker Heights City School District
Gregory Hutchings
Superintendent

School District of South Orange & Maplewood
Thomas Ficarra
Superintendent

Sun Prairie Area School District
Brad Saron
Superintendent

Verona Area School District
Dean Gorrell
Superintendent

Research Practitioner Council

The Research Practitioner Council (RPC) is made up of two educators from each MSAN district, including assistant superintendents, research or testing staff, equity or diversity staff, principals, and other professionals who influence research and curriculum policy for the district. The RPC carries out the Network's research and development agenda. To date MSAN has generated more than $2.5 million dollars in foundation, grant, and local district funding to support their work.

A list of MSAN RPC members can be found here.

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