Board of Trustees
Michael V. McGill, a visionary leader in education, served as the superintendent of the Scarsdale (NY) public schools from 1998 to 2014 and was named New York State Superintendent of the Year in 2007. He holds an EdD in Education Leadership and an MAT in English Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education, as well as an AB in English from Williams College.
After his tenure in Scarsdale, McGill became a Senior Fellow in Leadership at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education, where he directed the Metropolitan School Council. His career includes roles as superintendent of the North Shore (LI) Schools, head of the Hopkins School in New Haven, and head of the Mt. Greylock Regional District in rural western Massachusetts.
Additionally, McGill's influence extends through his board memberships with the National School Superintendents’ Roundtable and Suburban School Superintendents. He and his wife, Pucci, live in Morris.