Steven Boyer has been selected as the new Chief Human Resources Officer for Concord Community Schools. He will begin his new role on July 1, 2021.
“I am thrilled to introduce Steven Boyer to the Concord family and to know that he will be leading our district forward in the area of human resources,” Superintendent Dan Funston said. “His emphasis on equipping staff with the knowledge and support they need to serve students will be a great benefit to Concord Community Schools.”
He will replace the outgoing Chief Human Resource Officer Denise Seger, whose last day with the district will be June 30, 2021.
Boyer will join Concord from Warsaw Community Schools where he has served as principal of Eisenhower Elementary School since 2019. He began his teaching career as a English/Language Arts Teacher at Lincoln Junior High School, part of Plymouth Community Schools, in 2006. He also worked as an assistant principal and principal while in Plymouth.
In his current role, Boyer leaders a staff of 60 teachers and certified staff, while managing the daily operations of an elementary school. He has been involved with several district-level leadership committees including the corporation’s strategic planning committee.
“I have been serving students, families, staff, and communities since I graduated college and entered public education in 2006,” Boyer said. “Serving as Concord’s Chief Human Resource Officer allows me to expand my impact as an educational leader and ensure Concord’s students are college- and career-ready.”
Boyer received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a concentration in English, from Manchester University. He received his master’s degree in education from Indiana Wesleyan University, where he also completed the principal licensure program. In June 2020, he completed a master’s degree in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.
He is currently a member of the Indiana Association of School Principals and the National Association of Elementary School Principals. He previously served as a board member and former investment committee chair of United Way of Marshall County, and was a graduate, board member, and board chair of Leadership Marshall County.
Boyer and his wife, Jillian, reside in Warsaw with their three sons, Hudson, Weston, and Lincoln. In his spare time, he enjoys reading non-fiction books, music, documentaries, Notre Dame football, going on dates with his wife, and playing Fortnite with his sons.