Mr. Scott Feder Mr. Scott Feder
Superintendent of Schools
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Mr. Feder has had a long and distinguished career as an educational leader in the State of New Jersey for the past 26 years. Interestingly enough, his career began in South Brunswick as part of the inaugural teaching class when Indian Fields Elementary School opened in 1992. From there, Mr. Feder moved to the Monmouth Junction Elementary School where he served as the Assistant Principal. Shortly thereafter, the district transitioned to an upper elementary school model and Mr. Feder served as the Assistant Principal when that school opened its doors in 1997as UES. His career continued with 11 years as a school principal in West Orange and West Windsor-Plainsboro followed by the last 8 years as Superintendent in both the Rumson School District and most recently in Millstone Township.

Mr. Feder also is a mentor to future school leaders and a LELA Fellow specializing in Personalized Learning. His commitment to the profession is undeniable as he is an avid learner and believer that each of us can and must make a positive impact on the development of all children. Mr. Feder noted, "My return to South Brunswick was predicated on knowing the high standards that exist for staff and students, and the possibilities for learning and innovation that exist in such a culture of excellence."


Ms. Jennifer K. Diszler Ms. Jennifer K. Diszler Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Administration
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Ms. Diszler began her educational career as a middle school math teacher in Somerset County. She garnered 10 years of classroom experience at both the elementary and middle school level. While teaching, Jennifer earned her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership at Rider University in 2006. Soon she began her administrative career as an Instructional Strategies Specialist for Innovative Designs for Education (IDE), an educational consulting group out of Ramsey, New Jersey. There she worked with teacher cohorts in various school districts to develop learner-active, technology-infused elementary, middle and high school classrooms. Jennifer came to South Brunswick in 2010 as the middle school Supervisor for Math and Science. She eventually became the Director of Professional Development in 2012 and oversaw all coordination of professional growth for the district including evaluation system, mandated policy, technology infusion, character education, and content-specific training. Most recently, Jennifer served two years in North Brunswick as their Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology. Jennifer stated, “It was fortuitous to have the opportunity to learn and grow elsewhere, but I am humbled and excited to be back in South Brunswick.”

In addition to her current role, Ms. DIszler is a presenter for the NJ Foundation for Educational Administration. There she works collaboratively with administrators across the state to facilitate their Leadership Academy. Jennifer also serves as a team leader and visits high schools around the state for the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation process.

Mrs. Kimberly Maloy-White Mrs. Kimberly Maloy-White
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
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Mrs. Maloy-White’s prominent career in education began twenty six years ago as an elementary school teacher in the Camden School District. Mrs. Maloy-White worked as middle school Assistant Principal in Cherry Hill and as an Elementary Principal in Berlin Township. She earned a B.A. in Economics from Rutgers University-Douglass College. After obtaining her teacher certification, Mrs. Maloy-White subsequently acquired an M.A. in Education Administration from Cheyney University.

In 2010, the South Brunswick School District welcomed Mrs. Maloy-White to the position of Principal at Indian Fields Elementary School. During her time as Principal, she embraced the leadership of both Indian Fields and Dayton Elementary Schools. In August 2016, she was appointed as Director of Human Resources and subsequently, in July 2017, she was appointed to the role of Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources.

Mr. David E. Pawlowski Mr. David E. Pawlowski
School Business Administrator/Board Secretary
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Mr. Pawlowski started his educational career 23 years ago as a teacher and coach. Over the course of his career he has held leadership positions in technology integration, curriculum design, supervision and evaluation, and assessment. He earned his BA from Southwestern College, Teacher Certification at Emporia State University, and MA in Educational Leadership from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He served as Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction in Plumsted Township where he assisted in the development of New Egypt High School. He moved on to become an Assistant Principal in Millburn Township where his work included the implementation of a new Student Information System. He then moved on to become the Principal of Alexandria Middle School where his work focused on designing a true middle school environment. After 10 years as Principal he became Business Administrator and since has embraced the ability to intertwine the daily operations of the Business Office with an educational perspective.

Administrative Team

Brian Redfield
Director of Buildings & Grounds
732-297-7800, Ext. 5109
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Sharon Johnson
Director of Technology
732-297-7800, Ext. 5139
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Jaymee Boehmer
Assistant Principal on Special Assignment
732-297-7800, Ext. 3197
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Raphael Morales
Director of Student Services
732-297-7800, Ext. 5101
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Suzanne Luck-Born
Director of Assessment
732-297-7800, Ext. 5106
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Blair Eiseman
Director of Programs and Professional Development
732-297-7800, Ext. 5122
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Jill Ottignon
Supervisor of Transportation
732-297-7800, Ext. 5108
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