Eaton RESA Welcomes New Administrators
Eaton Regional Education Service Agency (RESA) has announced the recent hire of three new administrators to the team.
Each of the individuals bring a strong background in education to the RESA and are experts in their perspective fields.
Kathleen Szuminski is the new Assistant Superintendent for Career and Technical Education. Kathleen most recently served as Director of Career and Technical Education for Southwest Macomb Technical Education Consortium. Additionally, throughout her career, Kathleen has served as a business teacher, career center Principal and Assistant Principal, a middle school Principal and a professor of education at various colleges and universities. Kathleen received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Western Michigan University, her Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction from Michigan State University and her Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Supervision from the University of Georgia.
Kim Iverson joins Eaton RESA as a Related Services Supervisor and Special Education Director for Potterville Schools. Kim most recently worked with Calhoun ISD as a Special Education Administrator overseeing school psychologists, ASD consultants, behavior specialists and consultants for the visually impaired and deaf and hard of hearing. Prior to working in Special Education, Kim served as a classroom teacher and teacher consultant in Northern Michigan. Kim received her Bachelor of Science in Education and her Master of Arts in Special Education and Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University. In 2015, she was one of four recipients in the State of Michigan for the Governor’s Excellence in Practice Award.
Amy Miller is a new Related Services Supervisor and Early On Supervisor at Eaton RESA. Amy most recently served as a Speech Language Pathologist at Ingham Intermediate School District. Additionally, Amy has experience working as a Speech Language Pathologist for Jackson County Intermediate School District, University of Michigan Health System, Detroit Medical Center and Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in Audiology and Speech Science from Michigan State University, her Masters of Natural Science in Speech Language Pathology from Arizona State University as well as additional graduate work from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Grand Valley State University.
“Through Eaton RESA’s strategic plan, we place a strong focus on student outcomes through the collaborative work we do every day with our local districts. These new administrators will positively impact our programs and services to achieve our organizational goals,” said Cindy Anderson, Eaton RESA Superintendent. “We welcome Kathleen, Kim and Amy to our leadership team and Eaton RESA.”