Framingham Public Schools is pleased to announce the Screening Committee’s recommendations for Executive Director of Finance and Operations finalists.
Lincoln Lynch IV is currently the School Business Manager for the Town of Norton - School Department. Prior to that he was the School Business Administrator for the Charms Collaborative in Stoughton and an Institutional Account Manager at RISO, Inc. Mr. Lynch earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Hampshire (Durham) and his Master in Educational Leadership from Bridgewater State College.
Billie Jo Menzies-Turner is currently the School Business Administrator at Greater Lowell Technical High School in Tyngsboro. Prior to that she was the Chief Financial Officer/Human Resource Director at Boston Renaissance Charter School and the Budget Analyst/Grants Manager in the Lowell Public Schools. Ms. Menzies-Turner earned her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts - Lowell and her Master of Education from Cambridge College.
Irene M. Oliver is currently the Director of Administration and Finance in the Westborough Public Schools. Prior to that she was the School Business Manager for the Malden Public Schools and the Lower Pioneer Valley Educational Collaborative in West Springfield. Ms. Oliver earned her Bachelor of Arts in Finance/Management and Master of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst.
Kirsteen Patterson is currently the Director of Finance and Administration in the Medford Public Schools. Prior to that she was the Director of Finance and Business Operations at South Middlesex Vocational Technical Regional School District (Joseph P Keefe Technical High School) in Framingham and a Business Operations Assistant in the Blackstone Valley Vocational Regional School District in Upton. Ms. Patterson earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration from Nichols College.
The finalists will visit Framingham Public Schools and meet with designated stakeholders on May 14, 2018 and May 16, 2018.
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