Elizabeth M. Osga
Elizabeth M. Osga served for 14 years as district superintendent in Griswold and Lyme-Old Lyme, Conn. These roles directly supported student achievement, instructional leadership, campus renewal, program development, resource management and district restructuring.
Among her awards and recognitions, Elizabeth was named as Connecticut’s Superintendent of the Year in 2011 and Stonington’s Teacher of the Year in 1985 and 1990, and a CT State Teacher of the Year semi-finalist in 1990. Since her retirement, she has served as a consultant for the CSDE Talent Office, LEAD CT, NESDEC, CAPSS Women’s Leadership Group and numerous Connecticut districts.
Elizabeth earned a BS degree in Education from Southern Connecticut State University, a MS degree in Language Arts from Eastern Connecticut State University, a 6th Year in Teaching the Talented from UCONN, and a PhD in Educational Administration from University of Connecticut.