For 16 years, from 2002-2018, Elizabeth Feser served as a Connecticut Superintendent, seven years in the Milford Public Schools and nine years in the Windsor Public Schools. In both districts she led improvements in teaching and learning resulting in higher quality educational programs, increased leader and teacher efficacy, stronger student performance, narrowing of achievement gaps, and greater support for the public schools by the community at large.
Elizabeth’s professional career has included serving in three states, working in both urban and suburban districts. She was an active member of the Superintendents’ Network for 15 years. Elizabeth was honored as Connecticut’s Superintendent of the Year in 2015 by the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents. She was also honored with the CAPSS Emeritus Award and the CAPSS Presidential Award, both in 2018.
Elizabeth holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Xavier College (Chicago) and master’s degree from Boston College. She earned a second master’s degree and her doctorate in Educational Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University.