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    Tim Belmonte Financial Services Executive

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Age 48
Experience I am a financial services executive who has led teams as large as 100+, managed multi-million dollar budgets and personally negotiated contracts that have delivered $1 billion+ in revenue.
Family Wife of 20 years and a father of 4 with 3 children in the Fairbanks school district.
Education BS, Business Management, Eastern Nazarene College
With exceptional student test scores and an “A” rating under the states reporting system, Fairbanks is a desirable school district in the fastest growing county in the state. As a result, Fairbanks is facing immense growth pressures and the district’s facilities are either outdated or nearing capacity. While the community acknowledges the problems at hand, it has been unable to craft a resolution. A recent failed bond levy to replace and expand the school facilities split the community. If elected, I will leverage my 25 years of professional business and finance experience to focus on the issues and build mutually beneficial partnerships to try to bring the community together to find a solution to our challenges and properly plan for our future. No single segment of our community should be unfairly burdened in the process. It is paramount that we come together and find an outcome that works for all.
I’m a financial services executive that understands the importance of fiscal responsibility and the need to unite disparate groups with different goals to create solutions that work for all. Professionally I have built and led teams as large as 100+, managed multi-million dollar budgets and personally negotiated business contracts that have delivered in excess of $1 billion in business revenue. In addition, my wife is a middle school Intervention Specialist whose experience provides my family with a viewpoint from a teacher’s perspective as to the challenges in today’s school systems. This viewpoint along with my professional experience in finance, working with diverse groups and solving problems makes me a highly qualified school board candidate.
Educating our children and preparing them for the future is one of the most important responsibilities that parents and the broader community share. My family and I moved to the Fairbanks district specifically for the school system. We immediately fell in love with the community and the rural nature of the district and had no doubt that this is where we wanted to live and have our children attend school. As a family we are active in the community and understand the differing views and thoughts as it relates to our school district’s issues. I am very active in the school as my three children participate in many school sports and clubs – soccer, softball, band, robotics club, imagination destination, youth to youth, etc. My family is active in our local 4H program and the Union County Fair. In addition, I also serve as member of the Millcreek Township Zoning Board and a softball coach for the Fairbanks Middle School team and a Fairbanks based travel team. Vote Tim Belmonte!
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