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."


Suzanne Luck-Born Mrs. Suzanne Luck-Born
Assistant Superintendent
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Mrs. Luck-Born is beginning her twenty-seventh year in education, all of which have been spent in the South Brunswick School District. During her tenure, she has served in various roles, including as a paraprofessional, substitute teacher, elementary teacher, and has held several administrative positions both at the school and district level. During her time spent at Constable Elementary School as Principal, she was a trusted resource for classroom teachers and a tireless advocate for student success. Most recently, she served in the role of Director of Student Assessment and Instructional Support, a position she held from 2012 until 2022. Both of Mrs. Luck-Born’s degrees are from Rider University. She holds a Masters in Educational Leadership and a Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education and Sociology.

Mrs. Luck-Born is honored to be chosen as Assistant Superintendent, and to have the privilege to continue her commitment to the staff, students, and families of South Brunswick. She looks forward to growing positive relationships, keeping South Brunswick as a model district, and encouraging students to identify and develop the tools to achieve their goals, both while they are students in South Brunswick, and in their lives beyond graduation.

Dr. Evelyn Mamman Dr. Evelyn Mamman
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
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Dr. Evelyn Mamman is honored to assume the role of Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in South Brunswick Public Schools. This year marks her twenty-fourth year in education. She has worked with students of varying ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Dr. Mamman has held various positions: adjunct professor, teacher, literacy coach, literacy consultant, supervisor, and director. Most recently, she served as the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in Tenafly Public Schools. Her university degrees include a Doctoral Degree in Arts and Letters from Drew University, a Master’s Degree in English Education from New York University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in English Education from Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria.

Dr. Evelyn Mamman is a reflective practitioner who leads with a passion for teaching and learning. Her goal is to educate, engage, and empower those she serves. She firmly believes that the key to lasting success in teaching, learning, and leading, is in building relationships with all members of the educational community. As a result, her leadership is learning focused on both students and adults, and learning which is measured by improvement in instruction and in the quality of student learning. She is confident that as a professional community we will collaborate to provide quality and comprehensive education for each one of our students.

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
 Director of Special Projects
732-297-7800, Ext. 3197
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Raphael Morales
Director of Student Services
732-297-7800, Ext. 5101
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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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