Aspen School District's Board of Education announced four finalists for the district's new superintendent. The board initially interviewed 24 candidates and now the finalists will head into the final-round interviews on Tuesday, March 3.
The four finalists include David Baugh, Tammy Clementi, Tharyn Mulberry and Ann Schultz.
Baugh is the Centennial School District superintendent in Conshohocken, PA. Clementi of Aurora is the National Director of Planning and Analytics at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, an educational content service. Mulberry is the principle of Aspen High School. Schultz is the executive director of the Cherry Creek School District in Englewood.
"The board is gratified by the exceptional quality and proven leadership track record of our finalist candidates," Board of Education President Susan Marolt said in a press release. "The finalists understand the unique challenges and opportunities of our community, particularly as we prepare for the future."
The public can meet the four finalists on Monday, March 2 at Aspen Middle School before they head into the final-round interviews on Tuesday, March 3.