"Dr. Rondinelli serves as a Grable Foundation Fellow, AASA Learning 2025 Senior Consultant, and Educational Consultant. Dr. Rondinelli retired in 2018 as the South Fayette Township School District Superintendent (McDonald, PA) after serving in that role since 2009. Dr. Rondinelli has also served as a teacher, assistant principal, and assistant/associate superintendent. Dr. Rondinelli completed the University of Pittsburgh’s Administrative and Policy Studies Program attaining her Ed.D. and Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility; the M.Ed. and Reading Specialist Certification from Westminster College (PA); and graduate courses at Kent State University.
Rondinelli has taught at the aforementioned institutions and Robert Morris University. Dr. Rondinelli’s recognitions include the: University of Pittsburgh/Tri-State Study Council’s Distinguished Educator Award, Westminster College Outstanding Alumni Citation, Pennsylvania Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (PASCD) Outstanding Educator Award, the University of Pittsburgh/Tri-State Study Council’s Jean E. Winsand Women’s Leadership Award, and Pennsylvania State Education Association’s regional Friend to Education Award.
Dr. Rondinelli participated in The White House Future Ready and Next Generation Education Summits, and served on the Digital Promise: League of Innovative Schools Advisory Council. Dr. Rondinelli serves on the: Superintendents’ Forum Executive Council, Remake Learning Advisory, W.P.I.A.L. Scholarship Committee, and chairs the Arts Education Collaborative (AEC) Steering Committee. Dr. Rondinelli is married to her husband Frank. They have three children and three grandchildren. "