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Marnie McKoy appointed Human Resources Director

New Brunswick resident appointed Human Resources Director

by New Brunswick Public Schools

Marnie McKoy bringing 20 years of professional experience

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (October 9, 2015) – New Brunswick resident Marnie McKoy was recently appointed Director of Human Resources by New Brunswick Public Schools, effective November 2, 2015. In this role, McKoy’s primary responsibilities will include district-wide personnel management, as well as overseeing all hiring processes inclusive of recruitment, selection and retention of highly-qualified personnel.

McKoy’s diverse career in education, which spans 20 years, has included independent, charter, and public school positions. Prior to joining New Brunswick Public Schools, she served as acting chief Human Capital officer in Paterson Public Schools, CEO of the Community Charter School of Paterson, and Head of School for The Link Community School in Newark.

“Our district is extremely fortunate that we'll have someone of Mrs. McKoy's abilities and professional experience working in support of our students," says Aubrey Johnson, superintendent of New Brunswick Public Schools. “In addition to her exceptional qualifications, we have the added benefit that as a New Brunswick resident, she's already extremely familiar with this community."

The selection process that ultimately resulted in McKoy's hiring was managed by a panel that included district administrators, plus a meet-and-greet with board of education members.

A graduate of Rutgers University, where she earned an undergraduate degree in English, McKoy also holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership, Management and Policy from Seton Hall University.

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Jazz Band

The New Brunswick Public School's District Jazz Band was honored to represent the VH1 Save the Music Foundation with Regina Carter for the nationally broadcast 2015 documentary  American Graduate.  Lee Neamand, Supervisor of Fine, Visual, and Performing Arts, participated in a live interview with  Regina Carter to discuss the role and importance of music in the education and lives of all children. NBPS is proud to be central to the Arts Renaissance in our Hub City, New Brunswick. Please check our Facebook and Instagram pages for videos and pictures

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