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Central Office

2080 Citygate Drive
Columbus, OH 43219
614.445.3750

Glenmont Office

470 Glenmont Avenue
Columbus, OH 43214
614.410.0321

Northern Office

7840 Graphics Way
Lewis Center, OH 43035
740.657.5060

Accounts Payable
accountspayable@escco.org

Accounts Receivable
david.weaver@escco.org

Achievement & Leadership Services
achievement@escco.org

Attendance Services
attendance@escco.org

Benefits
benefits@escco.org

Communications & Publication Center
communications@escco.org

Conference Center
conferencecenter@escco.org

Fingerprinting Services
See walk-in service hours here.

Help Desk
help.desk@escco.org

Home Education
homeeducation@escco.org

Human Resources
humanresources@escco.org

Media Inquiries
joseph.weitz@escco.org

Public Records Requests
treasurer@escco.org

For additional information regarding the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio’s public record policy, please visit http://neola.com/escco-oh/ and locate Board Policy 8310.

Student Services
studentservices@escco.org

Substitute Inquiries
substitute@escco.org

Leadership & Staff

Governing Board

Ed BischoffPresident

Joyce Galbraith, Board Member

Beth Glitt, Board Member

Robin Reid-PleasnickBoard Member

Greg Spencer, Vice President

Superintendent's Office

Tom Goodney, Superintendent

Elaine Organ, Administrative Assistant to Superintendent

Michael Trego, Deputy Superintendent

Achievement and Leadership Services

The Center for Achievement and Leadership Services assists districts improve teaching and learning. The center offers a comprehensive suite of professional development services around leadership, curriculum, assessment and instruction.

Among many other areas, the center supports the development of new and aspiring principals, assists leadership teams in strategic planning and the Ohio Improvement Process and promotes an engaged Learning Leaders Network for practicing instructional leaders. Many services target closing achievement gaps within a district or school. 

Tom ReedExecutive Director
Teresa DempseyDirector of Professional Development

Business and Innovation

The Center for Business and Innovation coordinates much of the planning and business functions of the agency by developing, enhancing and implementing business processes that improve customer solutions.

The center offers project management services and business operations support, including a full-service conference center.

Michael Grace, Executive Director

Pat Conley, Conference Center

Business Services

The Center for Business Services offers transparent business-oriented support to school districts and agencies that offer cost-effective solutions for work in the educational community. 

The center provides business and accounting expertise through a wide-range of services including contracts, invoicing, revenue and budgetary accounting services as well as payroll and benefits such as insurances and federal and state program accounting.

Alan HutchinsonTreasurer/CFO
Dave WeaverAssistant Treasurer

Client Services

Client Services Representatives serve as the center’s single point of accountability with districts, agencies and other clients. The representatives provide leadership for assessing client needs and implementing service plans that address those needs, including the meeting of programmatic, service and financial expectations for each client.

Bill Reimer, Client Services Representative

Aron Ross, Client Services Representative

George Tombaugh, Client Services Representative

Communications

The Office of Communications offers a range of printing options in the Publication Center along with communications and public relations services to school districts and nonprofit organizations. Communication services can range from one-time material production to on-going collaborations aligned to specific objectives.

Joe WeitzPolicy and Communications Coordinator

Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources provides services to school districts and agencies.

Customers utilize the ESC and the Educational Service Center Council Of Governments (ESC-COG) as a Professional Employer Organization for typical employee leasing functions. The center’s HR staff supports a wide range of employee recruitment, hiring and on-boarding services.

Lewis StemenHuman Resources Supervisor

Program Resources

The ESC’s Center for Program Resources collaborates with districts and schools to better align resources for effective student learning supports with proven results.

Regina Lukich, Director

Student Services

The Center for Student Services assists districts in meeting the needs of students with disabilities from preschool to post-high school transition.

With programs to help students with multiple disabilities, autism, social-emotional and behavioral conditions as well as visual and hearing impairments, the center is a partner to central Ohio school districts, operating more than 60 classrooms and serving approximately 700 students.

Janet Gillig, Executive Director
Lynn BrannonDirector

Technology Services

The Center for Technology assists districts in meeting technology requests and offers expertise in one-to-one computing guidance, Google Apps for Education, Apple, and Microsoft Office.

The center’s staff supports the technology needs of the ESC, as well as school districts.  In addition, it offers a Help Desk that is supported with specialists in all areas of technology.

Lori DrayDirector