FPS Assistant Superintendents
Ms. Inna London is a Wellesley College and Duke University School of Law graduate, London worked as a corporate attorney at Goodwin Procter, LLP and has taught securities law as an adjunct professor at Boston University. Prior to becoming the Assistant Superintendent for Human Reources, Mrs. London was also an English teacher for 12 years at Framingham High School and she's served as a mentor and a supervising teacher for field study students and student teachers. Ms London has been a Framingham Teachers Association building representative, a member of the negotiations team, and the Vice President of the teachers union, where she worked hard to represent the interests of teachers, paraprofessionals and support staff. Not only does Ms. London have an extensive and varied teaching experience, but she also offers an essential knowledge and understanding of the needs of school employees and has experience in contract drafting and negotiations as well as wide legal knowledge of school and employment law.
Ms. Anne Ludes earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education from Providence College, and a Master of Arts degree in Mathematics from Boston College. Ms. Ludes has dedicated the majority of her career to the Framingham Public Schools, beginning her career as a high school mathematics teacher and then serving as the Mathematics Department Head before becoming Associate Principal of Framingham High School. In July of 2017, she joined the Central Office team as the Director of Secondary Education. For teachers and students alike, Ms. Ludes believes adopting a growth mindset is the first step toward meeting and exceeding expectations. She helps educators reflect on their teaching practice, develop intentional strategies that optimize learning, and commit to continuous professional development. Anne Ludes is a proud resident of Framingham and has two children who attend Framingham High School.
Ms. Amy Bright earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and History from Northeastern University. She worked as a teacher and a school-based academic coach before graduating from the University of North Florida with a Master of Education degree in Elementary Education, then earning an additional Master of Arts degree in Education, Administration, and Supervision. She is also a Doctor of Education candidate at Northeastern University, class of 2021. Amy Bright brings more than 19 years of experience from various elementary and K-8 schools in Florida and Massachusetts to the Office of Teaching and Learning at Framingham Public Schools; she is eager to strengthen the curriculum and instruction within the District, continuing to work collaboratively to establish a community where every child and staff member excels. Ms. Bright lives in Norfolk with her husband Dave and their three children, Haley, Cameron, and Chase.
Mr. Joseph Corazzini earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and a Master of Science degree in Nonprofit Management from Worcester State University. He is also a recent graduate of the AASA/Howard University Urban Superintendents Program. Joe has served as the Director of Community Resource Development for the Framingham Public Schools since 2012, and in this time he has expanded the Out of School Time programs and community partnerships in the district. Prior to his work in Framingham, he worked for a number of youth development organizations, including Citizen Schools, Dynamy, the Worcester Education Collaborative and the United Way of Central Massachusetts. At the United Way, he served on the senior leadership team that developed one of the first nationally recognized Promise Neighborhoods, a student-centered wraparound support initiative developed under the Obama Administration. He has extensive experience supporting non-profit organizations in strategic planning, organizational development and diversity initiatives. Joe currently serves on the Board of the Metrowest Non-Profit Network and on the Board of the Metrowest Medical Center.