In the Schools
Elizabeth R. Bruenderman, director of communications, Louisville (Ky.) Bar Association, to director of communications, Louisville Collegiate School.
Deborah M. Cook, assistant head and dean of academic affairs, Pennington School, Pennington, N.J., to head of school, St. Timothy's School, Stevenson, Md.
Joyce Gregory Evans, head of school, Redwood Day School, Alameda, Calif., to head of school, The Town School, New York City.
Nancy Harmon, director of early-childhood programs, The Congressional Schools of Virginia, Falls Church, Va., to head of school, The Harbor School, Bethesda, Md.
Bradford Hastings, assistant headmaster, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Mass., to headmaster, Pomfret School, Pomfret, Conn.
Frederick Tyler Hill, director of alumni enrichment, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., to head of school, Louisville Collegiate School, Louisville, Ky.
Harvey D. Morse, director of capital programs and executive director of development and alumni affairs, Choate Rosemary Hall School, Wallingford, Conn., to executive director of development and alumni affairs, Tilton School, Tilton, N.H.
Robert Sawyer, professor and director of Louisiana Scholars' College and Office of Programs for Gifted and Talented, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, La., to president and chief executive officer of Fuqua School and Rural Education Foundation, Farmville, Va.
Jonathan Wolfman, dean of students, Green Mountain Union Junior/Senior High School, Chester, Vt., to director, middle school, Friends Select School, Philadelphia, Pa.
In the Districts
Leslie M. Adelson, assistant superintendent for instructional services, South Pasadena (Calif.) Unified School District, to superintendent.
Ronald Epps, associate superintendent, Topeka (Kan.) Unified School District #501, to superintendent of schools, Rockford (Ill.) Public School District #205.
Rick E. Fenton, superintendent of schools, Auburn, Me., to superintendent of schools, North Olmstead (Ohio) City School District.
Josephine Nelson Moffett, administrator for pupil personnel services and special education, Rockville Centre (N.Y.) Union Free School District, to superintendent of schools, St. Christopher's School District, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
The District of Columbia Public Schools recently announced the appointment of three school officials. They are: Kenneth Milner, lead principal for one of the school system's six school clusters, to vice superintendent; James Daugherty, retired U.S. Army colonel, to director, personnel branch; and Jansen Robinson, program manager for Protection Technology Inc., a security firm, to director, safety and security branch.
In the States
Christopher T. Cross, executive director of the education initiative, Business Roundtable, Washington, D.C., and former assistant secretary for educational research and improvement, U.S. Education Department, to Maryland State Board of Education.
In the Associations
Valarie Willis French, director of curriculum and instructional development, College Board, New York City, to vice president for assessment operations, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Detroit, Mich.
Martha Lucia Galindo, research scientist, George Washington University Evaluation Assistance Center, Arlington, Va., to director of research and statistics, National Association of Independent Schools, Washington, D.C.
D. Randall Jackson Jr., recent graduate of the master's program in international relations, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, and former instructor, Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, Komochi Village, Japan, to program manager for Partnerships International, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Reston, Va.
David Kohl, university librarian and dean, University of Cincinnati, to vice president/president-elect, Research and Adult Services Division, American Library Association, Chicago, Ill.
Edward J. McMillan, acting chief financial officer, American Counseling Association, Alexandria, Va., to deputy executive director/chief financial officer.
Michael D. Day, professor of art, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, to visiting scholar, Getty Center for Education in the Arts, Santa Monica, Calif.
William F. Doescher, senior vice president--global communications, Dun & Bradstreet Information Services, New York City, to co-chair, National Elementary School Center, New York City.
Linda Hyler, president and state director, Cities in Schools of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C., to Cities in Schools Quality and Standards Committee.
Judith Renee James, executive director, Teaching Leadership Consortium-Ohio, Ohio Board of Regents, Columbus, Ohio, to director of urban and metropolitan programs, American Association of State Colleges and Universities and National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, Washington, D.C.
Florence L. Johnson, director of human relations, Milwaukee (Wis.) Public Schools, to director, National Center for Effective Schools, Madison, Wis.
Ray Mabus, former Governor of Mississippi, to chair, national advisory committee, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Making the Grade program, Washington, D.C.
Gustavo A. Mellander, chancellor, Mission College, Santa Clara, Calif., to dean, Graduate School of Education, George Mason University, Fairfax, Va.
Suellen Reed, superintendent of public instruction, Indianapolis, Ind., to first vice president, North Central Regional Education Laboratory, Oak Brook, Ill.
Terry Cornwell Rumsey, manager of policy and government affairs, Xerox Corporation, Washington, D.C., to director, office of science education and technical information, U.S. Energy Department, Washington, D.C.
Deloris Muldrow Saunders, chief executive officer and principal consultant, Saunders & Associates, Washington, D.C., to education-equity-program manager, Department of Defense Dependents Schools, Arlington, Va.
Judith M. Sparrow, director of marketing, communications, and investor relations, I.P.L. Systems Inc., Waltham, Mass., to associate director, National Center for Improving Science Education, Andover, Mass.
Carol A. Twigg, associate vice chancellor for learning technologies, State University of New York, to visiting fellow, Learning Initiative, EDUCOM, Washington, D.C.
The Department of Defense Dependents Schools, Arlington, Va., recently announced the appointment of four new members to the Advisory Council on Dependents' Education. They are: Thomas C. Boysen, Kentucky commissioner of education; Frederick A. Tanner, principal, Charles Cotesworth Pickney Elementary School, Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.; Sherrill Jordan, secretary-treasurer, Overseas Education Association; and Shannon Seider, DODDS student, Izmir High School, Turkey.