Governance | Michigan Association of Superintendents & Administrators

MASA’s governing bodies span 10 regions and consist of an Executive Board, the MASA Council, and three standing committees.

2021-22 Executive Board

The Executive Board, composed of seven members elected from across the state, works closely with MASA leadership to oversee the daily operations of the organization.

  • President: Andrew Brodie, Flat Rock Community Schools (Region 9)
  • President-Elect: Angie McArthur, Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD (Region 1)
  • Past President: Dr. Steve Matthews, Novi Community Schools (Region 9)
  • Director: Dr. Glenn Maleyko, Dearborn Public Schools (Region 9)
  • Director: Kathleen Xenakis-Makowski, Johannesburg-Lewiston Schools (Region 2)
  • Director: Dr. Julie Helber, Chelsea School District (Region 8)
  • Director: Jason Kennedy, Fruitport Community Schools (Region 3)

MASA Council

The MASA Council meets monthly and sets the general policies and goals of the association that drive the work of the MASA staff.

Council Member Roster 2021-22

MASA Committees

MASA maintains three standing committees that advise the Board and Council on major educational and organizational issues.

2021-22 Region Presidents

  • Region 1: Brian Reattoir, Brimley Area Schools
  • Region 2: Dr. Nick Ceglarek, Northwest Education Services
  • Region 3: Roger Bearup, Grandville Public Schools
  • Region 4: Craig Carmoney, Meridian Public Schools
  • Region 5: George Rierson, Caro Community Schools
  • Region 6: Kevin Robydek, Potterville Public Schools
  • Region 7: Jason Misner, Parchment School District
  • Region 8: Scott Riley, Blissfield Community Schools
  • Region 9: Mark Greathead, Woodhaven-Brownstown School District

MASA Regions

MASA has ten regions throughout Michigan, each with equal representation in the organization’s governance. Members in each region hold regular meetings, led by region presidents. Three members from each region are elected to serve on the statewide MASA Council.

MASA Constitution

Click to view the MASA Constitution