New Administrators Bring Diverse Perspectives to District Leadership

The MSD of Wayne Township is gaining new leaders in its adult education, child nutrition services, and special services programs.

Photo of Christy McIntyreChristy McIntyre is the district’s new coordinator of adult education. Since 2016 she has served as the supervisor of the program, developing an integrated education training plan to place up to 40 percent of adult education students into one of four career sectors. Ms. McIntyre came to MSD Wayne with a vast array of adult education experiences, including work for Youth Connections and the United Way of Central Indiana. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Ball State University and her master’s degree in social work from IUPUI.



New 2017-18 Administrator Heather BreneganHeather Brenegan has been named assistant director of child nutrition services. She is a registered dietician whose most recent work experience was at Sysco Food Service in Indianapolis. In that position, Ms. Brenegan managed and supported $5 million of health care business, led teams that developed and executed food service events, and trained large groups of food service professionals. She earned her bachelor’s degree in dietetics from Indiana University and completed master’s level work at Bowling Green State University.



Photo of Dr. AlazarDr. Ghirmay Alazar is MSD Wayne’s new assistant director of special services. Dr. Alazar comes to the district as an administrator with experiences at all grade levels. He was a special education teacher, dean of students, team leader, and diversity coordinator for Smoky Hill and Eaglecrest high schools in Denver. He also served in administrative roles at the elementary and middle school level in Colorado. For the past year, Dr. Alazar has been an administrator for School #61 in Indianapolis Public Schools. He received his teaching degree from Colorado State University, his master’s degree from Regis University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Denver.