Board of School Directors

  • School Board Group Photo

    From left to right: Nancy Monahan, Jeff Jubelirer, Liz Duffy, Amy Goldman (Vice President), Ken Batchelor (Superintendent), Susan Stern (President), Bradley Moore, Esq., Sarah Dunn, Esq., Andrew Babson, Lydia T. Solomon 

School Board Members & Superintendent

Meetings of the School Board

  • The board typically conducts its business meeting at the Radnor Township Building (301 Iven Ave., Radnor) on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. unless otherwise advertised. The board typically conducts committee meetings in the RTSD administration building (135 S. Wayne Ave., Wayne) on the second and third Tuesdays of every month unless otherwise advertised.

    Business meetings are broadcast live on the Radnor Township Government Access channel (Comcast 5, Verizon 30) and rebroadcast on the RTSD Education Channel (Comcast 8, Verizon 31). Committee meetings are streamed live online. The public is invited to attend all public meetings and work sessions.

    The RTSD Education Channel typically broadcasts the recorded committee meetings on Tuesdays (beginning at 1 p.m.) and Thursdays (beginning at 1 p.m.) following the committee meetings. The RTSD Education Channel typically broadcasts the recorded business meetings on Mondays at 10 a.m., Wednesdays at 2 p.m., and Fridays at 6 p.m.

About the School Board Members

  • Susan Stern began her seventh year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. She brings experience from a variety of volunteer service opportunities she has undertaken throughout Radnor Township. She served for eight years on the Township Planning Commission and is a member of Skunk Hollow Community Garden. On the School Board, she served as President in 2019, and Vice President in 2018. She has served on the Policy, Facilities and Finance Committees and as Chair of the Finance Committee. Ms. Stern is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and works part-time as a business manager for a local church. She lives in Wayne.

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  • Amy Goldman began her fifth year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019 and has been active as a parent volunteer in Radnor schools for 15 years. Amy started her Radnor volunteer service as Chair of the Cultural Arts Committee for the Ithan and RMS PTOs. Amy also served as President of the RMS PTO and was the Founder and Chairperson of the Radnor PTOs District-Wide Initiatives Committee. At the District level, Amy has also been a member of the RTSD Strategic and Comprehensive Planning Committees and the RTSD Technology Integration Study Group. Since her election to the School Board in 2015, Amy has served as Co-Chair of the School Board’s Government Relations and Communications Committee and as Chair of the School Board’s Policy Committee. Amy was recently elected to be the PA School Boards Association’s Sectional Advisor for Section 8 (Southeastern PA) and appointed as Co-Chair of the Delaware County School Boards Legislative Council. In June of 2018, Amy completed a nine month Fellowship Program of the PA Education Policy Leadership Center and is in her second term as a member of the Board of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Prior to her volunteer service, Amy was a long time Account Executive in television advertising sales at 6ABC and holds a B.A. in History from the University of Pennsylvania. Amy and her husband have two children. Their daughter is a 2017 graduate of Radnor High School and their son will be a 2019 graduate of the Haverford School.

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  • Andrew Babson, Ph.D. began his third year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. He is a scholar of educational foundations and teaches at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and the Temple University College of Education. He is a 1993 graduate of St. Charles Preparatory School in Columbus, Ohio, studied as a Fredin Scholar at the University of Paris in 1996-97, and graduated from Xavier University in 1998 with an Honors A.B. degree in Classics and Philosophy. He earned an M.Sc. in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics in 2002, and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan School of Education in 2011. He has published his scholarly work and presented at dozens of international conferences, contributed to or led multiple projects at Michigan and Penn, and served as a consultant at the UNESCO-IIEP in Paris. Prior to his academic career, Andrew was director of research at the nation’s first online charter school, ECOT, and an associate at Fitch, Inc., a consumer research and design firm. Mr. Babson and his wife Emily are the parents of Radnor Elementary School kindergartner Grant, 6, and daughter Isabel, 2.

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  • Sarah Dunn, Esq. began her third year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. She has been a resident of Radnor Township for 16 years and over the past decade has volunteered in the district in various capacities, including as the PTO Chair for the RES production of Cinderella in 2016, assisting with other musical productions at RES and RMS, and volunteering for the RHS Marching Band. Dunn has been a member of the Curriculum, Facilities and Finance committees of the Board. Through her role on the School Board, she also serves as a member of the Radnor Township Parks & Recreation Committee, the Steering Committee for the RHS Athletic Infrastructure Project, and the RTSD Calendar Committee. Dunn represented the Board as a delegate to the 2018 and 2019 Pennsylvania School Board Association’s School Leadership Conference to help set PSBA’s legislative platform. Dunn graduated summa cum laude from Amherst College with a B.A. in History and has been an active volunteer for the College, including currently serving as Class President. She earned her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, where she participated in the Child Advocacy Clinic, assisting at Legal Aid to represent children in the New York City foster care system. She currently practices corporate law on a part-time basis and is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. She and her husband, Michael, have two daughters who attend RHS and RMS.

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  • Liz Duffy began her first year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. She and her husband, Kevin, have been Radnor residents for more than 20 years and are the proud parents of four children: two who recently graduated from Radnor High School and one each currently attending Radnor Middle School and RHS. Duffy spent more than 15 years working as a marketing and advertising professional in Manhattan and Philadelphia, where she worked on a variety of industries including consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and financial services. She is currently a stay-at-home parent who is an active school and community volunteer, including in Radnor Residents for Gun Safety, Radnor Post Prom, Radnor Educational Foundation, as well as a religious ed teacher. Duffy holds a BA in Economics from Boston College, where she graduated with honors.

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  • Jeff Jubelirer began his first year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. He is a vice president with Bellevue Communications and widely recognized as one of the top corporate communications and public relations strategists in Pennsylvania. Jubelirer is a “go to” media and political analyst for local broadcast and newspaper outlets and a regular panelist on 6abc’s venerable weekly public affairs show, “Inside Story.” Jubelirer is the “chief architect” behind the development and execution of the strategic communications, media and community relations and crisis management issues for his clients, who constitute many of the state’s most well-known businesses, executives, institutions and non-profit organizations. Jubelirer was named as one of the region’s “40 under 40” by the Philadelphia Business Journal; recognized as one of “22 People to Watch” by Philadelphia Magazine; and was selected to the “Pennsylvania Report 100” list of influential people in the state. In May 2012, Jubelirer received the prestigious national Daniel Ginsberg Award for his exemplary leadership on behalf of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and was inducted into the Philadelphia Public Relations Association Hall of Fame in 2016. Jubelirer is also an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Communications at Villanova University and serves on the Board of Eluna (formerly the Moyer Foundation) as well as on the Department of Political Science Board of Visitors at his undergraduate alma mater, Penn State University.

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  • Nancy Monahan began her first year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. She earned a B.A. from Dickinson College and a M.B.A. from New York University and has more than 15 years of marketing and strategic planning experience in the healthcare industry. Monahan has also served as an adjunct professor in Marketing at Eastern University. In addition to raising and spending time with her family, Monahan is a member of the Board of Trustees at the Radnor Memorial Library and volunteers at her church as a co-coordinator for the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) of the Main Line, helping homeless families. She is active in RTSD schools, having served multiple Parent-Teacher Organization Co-Chair roles, including the annual Radnor Speaker Series in partnership with The Agnes Irwin School. Monahan and her husband, Ed, have been Radnor residents for more than 17 years and are parents of two children who attend Radnor Middle School.

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  • Bradley Moore, Esq. began his first year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. He and his spouse, a professor of psychology at Arcadia University, live in the Conestoga Village neighborhood in Rosemont. Moore attended Radnor public schools for 13 years and is a 1996 graduate of Radnor High School. He earned a B.A. and a Master of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania, and graduated from the University of Michigan Law School magna cum laude and as a member of the Order of the Coif.

    In Moore's legal career, he has practiced as a litigator; served for several years as an attorney for the federal judiciary; taught legal methods as an adjunct professor; and worked in a university general counsel’s office. Before entering the legal profession, Moore taught high school science in Philadelphia and served as a Coro Fellow in Public Affairs in New York City. In Radnor, Moore has participated in active leadership or volunteer roles for the League of Women Voters, the Radnor High School Scholarship Fund, the Garrett Hill Parade Committee, and the Radnor Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organziation. Moore has two children who attend RTSD schools and another in pre-school who will also soon become an RTSD student.

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  • Lydia T. Solomon began her eleventh year of service on the RTSD School Board in December 2019. While on the Board, she has served as the Board President, Board Vice President, Chair and Vice Chair of the Curriculum Committee, the Government Relations Committee, the Policy Committee, and the Facilities Committee. In addition, she has served as the Board Representative to the Delaware County Community College Liaison Board. a Board Member to the Delaware County Intermediate Unit and a representative to the Parent-Teacher Organization Coordinating Council. She is a school psychologist employed at the DCIU and has taught as a college professor at Eastern University in the Education Department. She holds a B.S. degree from Cornell University and graduate degrees from the University of California and Immaculata University. Ms. Solomon has also served as the PTO president for elementary, middle and high school levels in Radnor. Ms. Solomon has three children who have graduated from the Radnor school system. She is honored to serve the community in this way.

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