William (Bill) Kimball became the Superintendent of Washington Central Supervisory Union in July of 2012.
His prior employment experience points to his passion for education. Before coming to WCSU, he served as the Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union (Hardwick area) Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for four years. Prior to that, he was employed for ten years in the Lamoille South Supervisory Union (Stowe/Morristown area) as the Director of Technology and Assessment. He has also been a key member of the Vermont Data Consortium since its creation in 2003. Bill taught physics, calculus, technology and other sciences during his seven-year teaching career that included four years at Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire.
Bill received his B.S. from the University of New Hampshire and his M.Ed. in School Leadership from the University of Vermont.
For fun - Bill, his wife Amy, and two daughters Meghan and Emily love to play with their dogs, fish, travel and hike. His guilty pleasures are being outside and woodworking.