QPS Superintendent Finalists

QPS Superintendent Finalists
Posted on 07/30/2020

Quincy Superintendent Search Committee Recommends Finalists

The Quincy School Committee is pleased to announce that four candidates for the position of School Superintendent have been recommended by the Search Committee for its consideration.

The candidates are:

  • Omar Easy, Ph.D., of Lynnfield, MA, currently Executive Vice-Principal of Business Engagement and Innovation, Everett Public Schools (resume)
  • Jahmal Mosley, Ed.D., of Nashua, NH, currently Superintendent, Nashua Public Schools (resume)
  • Kevin Mulvey, J.D., of Quincy, MA, currently Interim Superintendent, Quincy Public Schools (resume.pdf)
  • One candidate removed themselves from consideration prior to the public announcement and their name will not be released.

At the July 29, 2020 School Committee meeting, the names of these finalists were formally presented to the School Committee. The School Committee will publicly interview the finalists on the dates below at 6:00 pm. The public will be able to watch live on QATV channel 22 or livestream on www.QATV.org.

  • Tuesday, August 4: Omar Easy, Ph.D.
  • Tuesday, August 11: Kevin Mulvey, J.D.
  • Thursday, August 13: Jahmal Mosley, Ed.D.

All interviews will be up to 90 minutes in length – candidates will be given five minutes for an opening and closing speech, and each School Committee member will have 10 minutes apiece to ask questions of the candidates. The School Committee anticipates making a final selection at its Friday, August 14 meeting.

Many thanks to the Search Committee for its extensive work in reviewing twenty applications for the Superintendent position and conducting initial interviews with eight candidates.  The Search Committee included Chair Frank Santoro, Emily Lebo, Paul Bregoli, Maura Papile, Larry Taglieri, Jaden Hallisey, Philip Chong, Michael Ellis, Peg McDonough, Nicole Prevost, Scott Alessandro, Cassandra Beck, and Laura Riofrio. Administrative support for the search process is provided by Glenn Koocher, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees and Laura Owens, Clerk of the Quincy School Committee, Quincy Public Schools.