Department Leadership

  • Angie Adrean, Assistant Superintendent, Academics

    Angie is grateful that she gets to serve Worthington Schools and work with a compassionate team of educators who give their all to the students, staff, parents, and the community of Worthington. Angie earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education and her Master’s Degree in Administration from Ashland University and a Superintendent’s Degree from Dayton University. Angie believes that "The best leadership goes unnoticed...building capacity by empowering and trusting in others to collectively translate the vision into a reality."

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  • Dr. Neil Gupta, Director of Secondary Education

    Neil is fortunate to serve in a district with a vision and focus to provide opportunities for students in the areas of the arts, STEM, and international perspectives. Dr. Gupta received a Bachelor's Degree from Miami University, a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Ashland University, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Ashland University.

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  • Patrick Callaghan, Director of Elementary Education

    A 35+ year veteran of Elementary Education, Patrick graduated from Ohio Dominican University with his Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education, and The Ohio State University with a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration. Patrick has taught in elementary grades 1-5, served as a Principal, Director of Elementary Education and Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning in his career. He holds a credential for leadership coaching. Patrick believes that, as an educator, the work revolves around “being” HOPE for students and their success. He is proud to lead “The Hands and Voices of Hope Project” in Worthington’s elementary schools.

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  • Kim Brown, Director of Special Education

    Kim has the privilege of working with staff, students and families PreK -12 for the oversight of all operations of the department, to include collaboration with others that provide programming and educational support services to our students identified under 504 or IDEIA. Kim has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and a Master’s in Educational Supervision from The Ohio State University, and her K-12 Principal Licensure from Ashland University.

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