Central Office Administration

  • Superintendent of Schools
    Mr. Matt Geary
    Mr. Matthew Geary

    A Fairfield University graduate, Geary taught Math at Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge before serving as Assistant Principal and then Principal of Watertown High School. He was hired as principal of Manchester High School in 2012. After two full years there, he was appointed superintendent in July 2014. Geary and wife Lisa have four children including two who attend Martin Elementary School.


  • Assistant Superintendent
    of Finance & Management

    Ms. Karen Clancy
    Karen L. Clancy

    She began her career in education working for Wethersfield Public Schools, spending 16 years as an administrative assistant, accounts payable coordinator, finance department supervisor and director of business services. Clancy then served as Business Manager for Watertown Public Schools and Cromwell Public Schools before coming to Manchester. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Central CT State University. She and husband Brian live in Newington and have two grown children.

  • Chief Performance Officer
    Nicholas Jones

    Nicholas Jones

    Before coming to Manchester, Mr. Jones was principal for six years at Simpson Waverly School in Hartford, which during his tenure was recognized as one the most improved schools in Hartford in the areas of climate and culture. His leadership has also been impressive at Verplanck, where through hard work and collaboration he has helped build a positive climate to ensure all scholars are challenged and supported. Passionate and visionary, Mr. Jones is committed to utilizing data to inform programming so that all students have what they need to be successful and he also is deeply committed to the district’s ongoing race and equity work.

  • Assistant Superintendent of Human
    Capital & Talent Development

    Sinthia Sone-Moyano

    Sinthia Sone-Moyano

    Before moving into her current role, Sinthia spent three years as an assistant principal at Manchester High School, followed by three years as principal at the Manchester Preschool Center. She began her career in public education in 2002, working first as a Bilingual and World Language teacher. Sinthia has a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University, a Master’s in Business Management from Albertus Magnus University, and completed both the PreK-3 Leadership Program as well as the Executive Leadership program at the University of Connecticut. A member of the American Association of School Personnel and the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents, she lives in Wethersfield with her husband Luis and children Leilani and Jeremiah.

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  • Deputy Superintendent
    Dr. Amy Radikas
    Amy F. Radikas, Ed.D.

    Before taking over in 2012 as the district’s ‘chief academic officer’, Dr. Radikas worked for six years at the Connecticut State Department of Education supporting Connecticut’s 15 Priority School Districts. Before that, she spent 15 years as a classroom teacher, reading consultant, and a PK-5 District Language Arts Coordinator. She and husband Raymond are the youngest siblings in large families and have two children themselves, thus their weekends tend to be filled with family functions and dinners or at youth sporting events.

  • Chief of Staff
    Erin Ortega
    Erin Ortega, Ph.D.

    Erin holds a Bachelor’s in graphic design, a Master's in adult education, and a Ph.D. in education. Before joining the MPS community she interned at a prestigious NYC advertising agency, worked in landscape design for Fortune 500 corporations in Manhattan, and provided online course design/development consultation services for higher education institutions across the country. Before transitioning into her current role as Chief of Staff, Erin spent 4 years with Manchester Adult Education and 5 years with the MPS Office of Equity and Partnerships. Erin works to support many important district focus areas, including but not limited to: communications, data, equity, partnerships, and grants.