Superintendent's Cabinet

  • District 202 is a one-school district with administrators and district office staff located inside of Evanston Township High School. The building leadership team consists of dedicated administrators responsible for coordinating and supervising school district functions, as well as other school leaders and faculty members responsible for leading various day-to-day aspects of the school.


Phone: 847-424-7220


Degrees and Certifications:

Eric Witherspoon

Eric Witherspoon has been the Superintendent of Evanston Township High School (ETHS) District 202 since July 2006. Throughout his tenure at ETHS, Dr. Witherspoon has focused on equity and excellence to raise expectations and outcomes for all students. Knowing the freshman year is the gateway to a successful high school education, Dr. Witherspoon has provided the leadership to restructure the freshman experience by increasing rigor and expectations for all ninth-graders to prepare more students to take more honors and Advanced Placement classes (AP) during their four years of high school. In recent years, more AP classes have been added, and the number of students of all races taking AP classes has grown by over 300%.

ETHS is committed to having all students meeting high standards and preparing for careers and college when they graduate. Since Dr. Witherspoon came to ETHS, academic achievement has increased, due to strategic efforts to keep more students in school and learning. ACT results have reached the highest in the history of ETHS for seven consecutive years, and ETHS is now recognized by U.S. News and World Reports as well as the Washington Post as ranking in the top 2-3% of all high schools in the nation. The College Board has named ETHS one of the eight Inspiration Schools in America.

A key strategy has been to expand and enrich the ETHS partnerships with Northwestern University. Dr. Witherspoon worked closely with President Schapiro who envisioned investing in a partnership office at ETHS. The NU partnership office is now a vibrant center of activity at ETHS and has resulted in dozens of important partnerships that are connecting NU and ETHS faculty and students in meaningful ways. This innovative partnership is a collaboration model for other universities and school districts across the nation.

Dr. Witherspoon earned his Ph.D. from Purdue University in 1987 in educational administration and curriculum with a related area in management from Purdue’s Krannert School of Management. He also holds an M.S. from Purdue and a B.A. from Hope College in Holland, Michigan with a double major in English and psychology.

Assistant Superintendent/Principal

Phone: 847-424-7043


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Marcus A. Campbell

Marcus Campbell has served as the Assistant Superintendent/Principal at ETHS since 2013. In this role he serves as the educational leader and chief administrator of all school operations at Evanston Township High School and is responsible for implementing and managing the policies, regulations, and procedures of the Board of Education to ensure that all students are educated and supported in a safe, equitable, culturally relevant and student-centered learning environment.

As the assistant superintendent of District 202, Dr. Campbell is responsible for providing leadership in the development of district strategy and organizational change, including effective instruction practices, impactful diversity and equity initiatives, and responsive programs and services. He provides administrative leadership to carry out the Board’s Equity & Excellence Mission Statement and oversees the implementation of all District equity transformation programs, training, and initiatives to help improve the overall school culture for all students and to eliminate barriers to the equitable education of students from underrepresented backgrounds. His goal is to effectively engage students, staff, parents, the Board, and members of the community, clearly articulate the goals and priorities of the District and Superintendent, and build support for the District's mission while increasing pride and trust in the school.

Dr. Campbell earned his Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at National College of Education, National Louis University. He also holds an M.A. in Social and Cultural Foundations in Education from DePaul University and a B.A. from University of Illinois at Champaign with a major in English and minor in African American Studies.

Assistant Superintendent Curriculum & Instruction

Phone: 847-424-7710


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Pete Bavis

Pete Bavis has served as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction since 2012. He came to ETHS in July 2009 as the Associate Principal for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Bavis is an instructional leader dedicated to operationalizing equity and excellence.

Dr. Bavis began his career as an English teacher at Steinmetz High School in Chicago. During his time in Chicago he founded and coached an award winning debate team. Dr. Bavis also served as the English Curriculum Director and Head of Library Resource Centers at Community High School District 218. He has 25 years experience in public education.

Dr. Bavis is a proud graduate of Tufts University, earned an M.A. from DePaul University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Outside of school, Dr. Bavis coaches EBSA baseball. Dr. Bavis and his wife Margaret live in Evanston. He has three children in Evanston public schools.

Associate Principal, Instruction & Literacy

Phone: 847-424-7761


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Scott Bramley

Scott Bramley serves as the Associate Principal for Instruction and Literacy. He has also held adjunct faculty posts at Westwood College, Concordia University Chicago, and Northwestern University, and he has served as a school board member and policy committee chairperson for a public school district in Illinois. Prior to becoming a public school administrator, Dr. Bramley served as an English teacher, literacy/instructional coach, literacy center director, and department chair. 

Dr. Bramley earned a B.A. in English and Secondary Education from Loyola University Chicago, an M.A. in Teaching and Learning/Curriculum and Instruction from St. Xavier University, and an M.A. in School Leadership and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Concordia University Chicago. 

Dr. Bramley’s professional responsibilities and interests include racial equity, antiracist education, professional adult learning, instructional leadership, curriculum and instruction, literacy, teacher evaluation and growth, and educational advocacy and policy making. 

Associate Principal, School Operations & Logistics

Phone: 847-424-7222


Degrees and Certifications:

Robert E. Brown III

Robbie Brown became an Associate Principal at ETHS in 2013. Mr. Brown earned bachelor’s degrees in history and elementary education from the University of Miami, FL, and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from West Virginia University. He holds an Illinois Professional Educator License with endorsements in General Administrative and Elementary Education. He also holds a Professional Administrative Certificate for Principal PK-12 and a Professional Teaching Certificate for Multi-Subjects K-8 in the state of West Virginia.

Prior to coming to ETHS, Mr. Brown held positions as an elementary teacher and as an administrator at the middle school, high school, and district levels.

Chief Human Resource Officer

Phone: 847-424-7210


Degrees and Certifications:

Toya Campbell

Toya Campbell has served as the Chief Human Resource Officer at ETHS since 2003. Ms. Campbell is a seasoned Human Resource professional with over 30 years of experience. Prior to joining ETHS, she was the Director of Human Resources for the Chicago Public Library System and Peapod’s first Chief People Officer, where she opened HR operations in eight cities.

In her role, Ms. Campbell is responsible for the development and implementation of human resource strategies across the district and the management of all human resource functions, including assisting with organizational change and labor negotiations and contract management for six unions. She partners with district managers to support and advise them on how to manage, motivate, and retain their people resources. This collaborative approach has resulted in continual improvements for all staff. Additionally, she serves as the District's Affirmative Action/Equity Officer and Sexual Harassment Officer. 

Ms. Campbell attended Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and later transferred to Lake Forest College where she earned her BA Degree in Urban Planning and Economics.


Chief Technology Officer

Phone: 847-424-7126


Degrees and Certifications:

Mike Corcoran

Mike Corcoran was named Chief Technology Officer in July 2014. He has been employed at Evanston Township High School since 2008, during which time his roles have included Network Services Manager and Assistant Director of Technology. Prior to working at ETHS, Mr. Corcoran served the community of Evanston working as a member of the Technology team at the City of Evanston.

Mr. Corcoran earned a B.S. in Network Technology from DePaul University in 2007.

Director of Communications

Phone: 847-424-7515


Degrees and Certifications:

Takumi Iseda

Takumi Iseda was named Director of Communications in September 2018. She joined the ETHS Communications team in August 2011. Prior to coming to ETHS, she worked in the nonprofit sector in a variety of roles, including public relations and project management, community outreach and advocacy, and marketing and event coordination. In her current role, she oversees the day-to-day communications operations for the high school and District. This includes digital communication; school publications and marketing efforts; news media relations and crisis communications management; maintaining brand guidelines; and public relations strategies.

Ms. Iseda earned a B.S. in Communication from Northwestern University. As part of her equity work in education, she has been a facilitator for SEED (Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity) Leader since 2015. She received the Those Who Excel Award of Excellence from the Illinois State Board of Education in 2018.

Associate Principal, Student Services

Phone: 847-424-7575


Degrees and Certifications:

Taya Kinzie

Taya Kinzie has served as Associate Principal for Student Services since 2015. She has been employed at Evanston Township High School since 2004, during which time her roles have included Dean and Special Education Social Worker. Dr. Kinzie is also a Spanish/English bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and has previously served students and families in Chicago, Waukegan, and California Public Schools and social service agencies.

Her commitment to social emotional and academic learning, social justice, and equity in education is complemented by her focus on students' resilience, strengths, needs, and goals for the future. Throughout the country, Dr. Kinzie has provided workshops on topics including social emotional learning (SEL) in the general and special education settings, crisis prevention and intervention, and restorative justice practices in schools.

Dr. Kinzie holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from National Louis University, an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership from National Louis University, an M.S.W. from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Iowa.

Director of Special Education

Phone: 847-424-7020


Degrees and Certifications:

Diona Lewis

Diona Lewis came to ETHS in July of 2020 as the Director of Special Education. Her passion is for working with students, families, and instructional leaders to provide the best education possible for every student. Dr. Lewis works to construct authentic situations for special education students to use their skills and to adequately prepare for any post-secondary option they choose to pursue. 

Dr. Lewis is an Evanston native and an ETHS graduate. She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix, an M.A. in Special Education from Northeastern Illinois University, an administrative endorsement from Aurora University, and a B.S. in Secondary Education from Northwestern University with a concentration in art and social sciences. She is also a fellow with the Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform earning a certification through the School and Justice Partnerships Program. Throughout her career, she has been a special education classroom teacher, Athletic Director, Pupil Services Coordinator, Assistant Principal, and Assistant Superintendent.

Chief Financial Officer

Phone: 847-424-7104


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Mary Rodino

Mary Rodino was named Chief Financial Officer in 2016. She has been employed at Evanston Township High School since 2006 and served as Assistant Chief Financial Officer before assuming her current role. Prior to joining ETHS, she worked for the City of Evanston Finance Department for 10 years in several different roles including Senior Accountant, Accounting Manager, and Interim Finance Director. She also served as a Senior Accountant in a large corporate environment.

Ms. Rodino holds a B.S. in Accounting from Valparaiso University and an M.B.A. in Management (with a minor in Accounting) from Northeastern Illinois University. She is also the District Treasurer and holds a Chief School Business Official (CSBO) license/endorsement from the State of Illinois.

Associate Principal, Educational Services

Phone: 847-424-7700


Degrees and Certifications:

Keith A. Robinson

Keith Robinson is currently serving in his 27th year of education. Most recently, he was named Associate Principal for Educational Services in 2017. Prior to joining ETHS, he served as the Assistant Principal of Operations at Niles North High School in Skokie. He also previously taught English at ETHS from 2001-2005.

Dr. Robinson holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from National-Louis University in Chicago, an M.A. in Educational Administration and Supervision from Roosevelt University in Chicago, and a B.S. in Secondary English from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

Dr. Robinson’s commitment to social justice, proactive student interventions and academic, behavioral and socioemotional support informs his leadership within the organization. Dr. Robinson supports the Dean’s Office, Safety team, Student Activities, Graduation and Summer School.