Board appoints new top business official
N.Y. (May 16, 2019) -- The City School District of Albany Board of
Education has appointed Kimberly J. Rohring to serve as the district’s
new deputy superintendent for business and finance. Rohring will begin
July 1 and will replace Bill Hogan, who is retiring this summer after 11
years in the position.
A native of Rochester, N.Y., Rohring comes to Albany from the Cornwall
Central School District, where she has served as assistant
superintendent for business for the past year. In that role, she was
responsible for developing and managing an annual budget to serve more
than 3,200 students.
She also was responsible for purchasing, all business office functions,
buildings and grounds, food service and transportation, among other
“We are excited to welcome Kimberly Rohring to the City School District
of Albany in this critical role,” said Superintendent Kaweeda G. Adams.
“We believe she will be an excellent addition to our leadership team,
our school district and our community.
“We also are grateful to Mr. Hogan for his dedication to this important
work over the past 11 years. He has managed just about anything a school
business official could imagine during his time in Albany – and then
some! And he has done it day-in and day-out with a calm, steady demeanor
that belies the enormous amount of responsibility that comes with this
Prior to her time in Cornwall, which is located in the Hudson Valley,
Rohring served in roles of increasing responsibility in the Rochester
She served as the lead business official in the Bloomfield Central
School District from March 2017 through June 2018, assistant school
business manager for finance/budget analyst for the Greece Central
School District from 2013-17, and a business office assistant in the
Pittsford Central School District during the 2012-13 school year.
Her previous school district experience includes six years in the
Rochester City School District, where she served as a project director
in the Department of Government Relations and Special Projects and as
special/executive assistant to the Board of Education.
“I am excited to be joining this dynamic team whose collective focus is
on serving the students and community of Albany, working on continuous
improvement and doing so in a sustainable way,” Rohring told the board
following her appointment.
“As someone who strives for excellence in all that I do, I welcome this
new challenge. I am truly happy to be part of this team and am ready to
serve the students and families of the City School District of Albany.”
mission of the City School District of Albany
is to educate and prepare all students for college and career,
citizenship and life, in partnership with our diverse community. The
district serves nearly 9,30 students in 18 elementary, middle and high
schools. In addition to neighborhood schools, the district includes
several magnet schools and programs, as well as other innovative
academic opportunities for students,
four themed academies at Albany High School.