King City, CA
Doctorate degree, education, University of Utah, 2008; master's of education, U. of Utah, 2002; bachelor's degree, sociology, UC Santa Cruz, 1997; bachelor's degree, women's studies, UC Santa Cruz, 1997.
Professor/director, WCC Ethnic Studies, 2008-current; member, Safe Yolo Taskforce, 2016-present; member, lecturer, UC Davis Chicana/o Studies, 2007-08; researcher/teaching assistant, University SF International Multicultural Education, 2006-07.
Every child deserves a quality education and to be treated with respect. Early childhood, alternative and special education need our support. I will collaborate with districts, educators and families to strengthen education for all.
Master's of administration and policy analysis, Stanford University, 1996;
bachelor's degree, Santa Clara University, 1968.
Superintendent of schools, 20 years; Davis School District, 9 yrs (ret.); El Dorado High School District, 11 yrs, 1987-98; faculty, School Leadership Program, Santa Clara University, 2013-17; principal, Davis Senior High School; English teacher.
I would bring educational policies to Yolo County that:
• Help ALL students achieve
• Maximize limited resources
• Find solutions for issues
My experience as superintendent, principal, teacher and community board member makes me the better choice.