Doug Goldberg, President
Eileen Maloney, Vice-President
Lisa Warren, Secretary
Mr. Etienne has served on the Board since 2020. He has served as a member of the Board’s Teaching and Learning Committee, including as Committee Chair for 2022-23.
Mr. Etienne is Senior Counsel in the legal department of Stepan Company, focusing on Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) matters. Prior to Stepan, Mr. Etienne served over twenty years at Baxter International Inc. where he led a team responsible for EHS legal and auditing services; Trade Compliance; and certain Ethics and Compliance matters for Baxter’s businesses and facilities worldwide. While at Baxter, he helped to launch the company’s first Sustainability Report (now Corporate Responsibility Report) and the company’s Code of Conduct. Prior to Baxter, Mr. Etienne practiced law in the Chicago office of the global law firm Sidley Austin LLP.
Mr. Etienne was also a public-school Middle School teacher for a short while and served for more than 15 years on the Board of Regents of Trinity International University. He is a graduate of Trinity College (IL) and the University of Illinois College of Law, Urbana-Champaign.
Peter and his wife Marci have been District 95 residents since 1994. They and their children have been members of Heritage Church and its predecessors in Lake Zurich for over twenty years.
Mrs. Dannegger received her BS in Elementary Education at the University of Illinois Urbana- Champaign and received certifications in ESL and Bilingual Education from National Louis University. She has worked as an elementary bilingual, dual-language, and ESL teacher where she helped pilot and develop local districts’ dual-language and bilingual programs. She currently subs at the elementary level, is actively involved in the PTO, and manages the various sports and activities of her four boys.
Mrs. Dannegger and her husband have resided in the district since 2008. They have four boys who currently attend elementary, middle, and high school. They have both been actively involved in the community, including being on the executive committee for LZBSA. In her free time, she enjoys watching her boys play sports, volunteering in the schools and community, and traveling.
Dr. Pinter is a college educator of Criminal Justice and Sociology. She earned her PhD in Sociology from Loyola University at Chicago as well as an MA in Criminal Justice/Criminology, Law and Justice from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has taught at Loyola, UIC, Carroll University, the College of Lake County, and Harper College. She is also an academic and career advisor to university students. Before being a college instructor, she worked in behavioral health. Her research focuses on victimology and intersectionality.
As a District 95 School Board member, Dr. Pinter is excited to bring more members of the community into the wonderful activities that the district has created. She is focused on equity and academic excellence for all kids and the inclusion of various voices of the community into the halls of the schools. She is also focused on student, faculty, and staff safety and will pull her Criminal Justice background into that goal. She has two children in the district, one child in junior high and another in elementary school. Her husband was also a LZHS grad and he proposed to her in the classroom they met in at LZHS!
Open Meetings Act Training - 04-20-12
Professional Development Leadership Training 10-26-19
PERA Training 10-26-19
Open Meetings Act Training - 06-3-13
Professional Development Leadership Training - 11-23-13
PERA Training - 11-23-13
Open Meetings Act Training - 04-21-12
Professional Development Leadership Training - 01-05-13
PERA Training 10-21-19
Open Meetings Act Training - 09-07-20
Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) 10-24-20
Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT) 10-24-20
Basics of Governance 05-10-23
Open Meetings Act Training (OMA) Training 05-08-23
Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT) 06-02-23
Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) 06-02-23
Open Meetings Act Training (OMA) Training 05-29-23
Basics of Governance 07-06-23
Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT) 07-21-23
Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) 07-21-23
Written Requests for Information
The Superintendent's office maintains an email list of people who have filed a written request to receive any of the information listed below. Such requests must be made on an annual basis. Those persons shall be emailed copies of the following: 1) Board Agendas, 2) Budgets, 3) Audits.