Janice Krinsky – Vice PresidentJanice Krinsky – Vice President(es)

Appointed June, 2011
Current Term Expires April, 2017
Contact: [email protected]


Ms. Krinsky graduated from high school in Worcester, Massachusetts and received both a BA in Psychology and an MS in Education from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. Her educational background includes a strong focus on child social and cognitive development and the study of social justice, racism, inequality, equal rights, identity development and social policy. As a board member in a district where 53% of the students come from low-income households, she works to make a difference in the lives of children through access to quality education and increased opportunity for all students.

Most of her career has been spent at Fortune 200 companies (AT&T, NCR, Eastman Kodak Company, SPSS Inc., etc.), working in various roles in software and hardware product design and development. Ms. Krinsky has remained actively involved in District 59 at the school and district level since her first child enrolled in 2000.

Ms. Krinsky serves on the Governing Board of NSSEO, the special needs cooperative of which District 59 is a member. She is also the Board of Education representative to the District 59 Education Foundation. Ms. Krinsky and her husband Stefan Tucker have lived in District 59 since 1990. They have two children.

Committees: Communications Plan; Family and Community Engagement; Technology Plan

Appointed June, 2011
Current Term Expires April, 2017
Contact: [email protected]


Ms. Krinsky graduated from high school in Worcester, Massachusetts and received both a BA in Psychology and an MS in Education from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. Her educational background includes a strong focus on child social and cognitive development and the study of social justice, racism, inequality, equal rights, identity development and social policy. As a board member in a district where 53% of the students come from low-income households, she works to make a difference in the lives of children through access to quality education and increased opportunity for all students.

Most of her career has been spent at Fortune 200 companies (AT&T, NCR, Eastman Kodak Company, SPSS Inc., etc.), working in various roles in software and hardware product design and development. Ms. Krinsky has remained actively involved in District 59 at the school and district level since her first child enrolled in 2000.

Ms. Krinsky serves on the Governing Board of NSSEO, the special needs cooperative of which District 59 is a member. She is also the Board of Education representative to the District 59 Education Foundation. Ms. Krinsky and her husband Stefan Tucker have lived in District 59 since 1990. They have two children.

Committees: Communications Plan; Family and Community Engagement; Technology Plan(need es)