Lincoln-Way Announces Administrative Hires and Promotions for 24-25 Years

FRANKFORT, IL – Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210 has announced several administrative hires and promotions for the 2024-2025 school year, according to a news release.

Promotions and hires include:


At the district level, Brian Murphy, previously director of innovation and assessment for the district, will become the assistant superintendent for human resources.

Renae Goldie, previously curriculum director, will become assistant superintendent for academics.

Tracey Miller was hired as the district’s director of assessment and instruction. Miller comes to the district with nearly two decades of experience in education. Most recently, he served as director of teaching and learning for Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A, according to a news release. Miller holds a doctorate in educational leadership from Western Illinois University and recently received her official endorsement as head of Northern Illinois University’s school of business.

Rory Olson, currently special services coordinator at West, will become the new associate director for academics and assessment at Lincoln-Way East.

Dana Whittaker will become director of student personnel services at East. Whittaker most recently served as director of counseling at Willowbrook High School in DuPage High School District 88. Whittaker has nearly 20 years of experience in education and holds a master’s degree in school counseling from Loyola University Chicago and a master’s degree in educational leadership. and administration at North Central College, according to a release. She is a board member of Suburban Chicago’s Directors of Counseling and Student Services.

Lincoln-Way Central will also have a new director of student personnel services as Tina Boseo, previously an advisor in the same department, will assume the role beginning in the 2024-2025 school year.

“As part of the strategic planning process, the HR Committee established a goal: to recruit, develop and support a highly qualified workforce to meet the needs of our students,” Superintendent Scott Tingley said in a news release. “By reorganizing the administrative team at the district level, and with these new hires and promotions, the district is well positioned to continue its forward momentum under their leadership.”