Matt King has been the head of the Rashi School, Boston’s Reform Jewish Independent School, since July of 2007. Previously he led three high-performing suburban Massachusetts school districts: superintendent of the Wellesley Public Schools (1996-2007), superintendent/principal of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School (1989-1996), and superintendent/principal of the Carlisle Public Schools (1979-1989). He has published numerous articles and consulted with school administrators throughout the country on school leadership and strengthening school culture. Dr. King has taught graduate courses at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Wheelock College and currently teaches in the Leadership Licensure Program, a statewide program for teachers seeking to become principals run by Teachers 21, a non-profit organization committed to systemic education reform. A graduate of Colgate University, Dr. King received an M.A.T. from Smith College and an Ed.D. from Harvard University.