Education is the cornerstone to success, and a free public education is a promise that we should live up to as a society.
I believe in providing opportunities for students to feel supported, empowered, and connected to the community.
I come from a family of educators who I’ve watched inspire countless students to succeed — that’s a family business I want to join.
I find value in keeping the community connected and involved with what’s going on around them.
Education gives us a knowledge of the world around us and gives us the tools to change it into something better.
I am the person I am today because someone decided to mentor me; I hope that I can replicate that meaningful relationship in a student’s life.
I partner because I believe every child deserves a quality education and that a personal champion can help them realize their full potential.
Working with students both professionally and volunteering has been a life changing experience.
I believe in order to have a successful future, we have to enable change individually and locally.
Education is a source of empowerment best experienced in the context of relationship. Equal access to this type of support is a key aspect of social justice.