Superintendent Jill Broussard
Jill Broussard was elected to the Office of Pinal County Superintendent in November of 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Arizona State University and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University, graduating cum laude from both programs. Since taking office Superintendent Broussard has initiated a transitional education program for the H.O.P.E. School and Esperanza School correctional facilities, championed Civic engagement alongside Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, and spearheaded the new Pinal County Business and Education Partnership between business leaders, educators, and government officials.
Her true passion for children is what drives her to work with the districts in Pinal County to provide safe, enriching and engaging opportunities to help prepare today’s youth and tomorrow’s future leaders. In addition to her duties as County Superintendent, Jill sits on the Arizona State Board of Education, has been a council member for First Things First Pinal Regional Council since 2015, serves on and held the office of President for the Executive Committee for the National Association of Educational Service Agencies representing the Western Region of the United States, is a member of the Certification Advisory Committee to the Arizona State Board of Education, as well as the President and Vice President of the Arizona Association of County School Superintendents.
Jill is the mother of two teenage boys and has welcomed nine exchange students into her home. On the weekends she has been busy as a youth sports coach and Sunday School Teacher. As a wife, mother, coach and teacher she is committed to providing the best service and support to the children of Pinal County and believes that the future of our country lies in the success of our educational system.