Hernandez came to Madison in 2007, when he took more than as principal at Sherman Center College. Following eight a long time, he moved to East Higher School and then was promoted to the central office role in 2019.
Clardy arrived to MMSD in 2012 as the principal at Sennett Center School, became a deputy main of faculties in 2017 and a main of universities in 2019.
Ruppel arrived to MMSD as aspect of Jennifer Cheatham’s administration in 2013, doing work as the chief of staff members until 2018 and then turning into the main economical officer.
Nichols joined MMSD as the government director of household, youth and neighborhood engagement in 2015 and transformed career titles to her latest position in 2019. She had formerly worked as the chief academic officer for the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County and vice president of education and learning and discovering for the City League of Increased Madison.
Nichols said her “bittersweet” determination to go away adopted a yr in a “deep, reflective period,” contemplating about her do the job and how she can best implement her abilities.
“I just kind of arrived at a put the place I felt like the way that I am most passionate about the operate and what I imagine I’m truly fantastic at, I discovered it in this occupation description with the National Fairness Venture,” Nichols explained, including that it was a “natural time” to pursue an option specified a new superintendent.