Anna Nolin, Ed.D., is the superintendent of the Natick Public Schools where she oversees policy development, and fiscal & strategic planning for improvement in the overall effectiveness of the district. Matriculating over the past 12 year in leadership positions, Nolin has provided leadership for the design, planning, development and evaluation of curriculum, assessment, and instructional programs. A key focus area has been in empowering student leadership to combat bullying. She has also focused on technology development and implementation; including effective and engaging 1:1 laptop programmingShe has served as an adjunct instructor at Framingham State in designing blended learning classes/use of Moodle; and as a district Google and Apple product trainer. She is an instructor at the Educational Leadership Institute (ELI) at Endicott College, where she serves as a principal trainer in 21st century instructional leadership and in the Boston College/MASS/Teachers21 PSAP/LLPS doctoral program for aspiring superintendents.Nolin holds a bachelor's degree in English and secondary education from Middlebury College, a master's degree in human development and psychology from Harvard University’s Risk and Prevention Program, and her doctorate from Boston College.