Most recently, administrator and educator Leslye Abrutyn served as Superintendent of the Penn-Delco School District. Tasked with a broad variety of duties, Leslye Abrutyn evidenced her ability to induce positive, district-wide change while maintaining compliance with all state and federal policies and reporting directly to the district’s board of directors. The winner of the EI/John Kresovich Award for Innovation and Use of Technology, Leslye Abrutyn proved herself an expert in utilizing walkthroughs and other methods to determine standards for improvement during her time at the Penn-Delco School District. Before she accepted her role as Superintendent, Leslye Abrutyn was the Assistant Superintendent of the Penn-Delco School District, a position she held for four years. Leslye Abrutyn has also held posts as an Assistant Principal and Acting Assistant Principal in the Springfield School District and the Lower Merion School District, respectively. Leslye Abrutyn’s teaching background lies in special and elementary education, and her special proficiencies encompass curriculum management, diversity and tolerance programs, and total quality improvement. A member of the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Leslye Abrutyn holds certifications in Reading and Special Education and as a Secondary Principal, an Elementary Principal, and a Superintendent. Leslye Abrutyn is a graduate of Temple University, where she received her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and her Master of Education in Special Education. Leslye Abrutyn was awarded her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education by Boston University.