Dr. Scott Menzel
Superintendent, Washtenaw Intermediate School District
Dr. Scott Menzel has been Superintendent of the Washtenaw Intermediate School District since 2011. Prior to serving in this role, Menzel was superintendent of the Livingston Educational Service Agency for four years and in Whitmore Lake for five years. He is driven by a commitment to equity, inclusion and social justice. Prior to serving as superintendent, Menzel was Executive Director of South Central Michigan Works for six years. He is currently the editor of Perspectives: A Journal of Research and Practice About Educational Service Agencies. Menzel chaired the MAISA Early Childhood Committee from 2009-2016, and was on the MASA/MAISA Government Relations and Policy Committee for several years. He has received numerous honors for his work, including the National African American Parent Involvement Day Spirit Award, the MASA Regional Superintendent of the Year Award, the Leadership Award from Brown Chapel AME Brotherhood Banquet, The Ann Arbor News’ Executive of the Year Award, and the White House YMCA Champion for Change Award.