Running forBoard of School Committee At_Large
Running as Non-Partisan Election
I am your common sense voice for fiscal responsibility, parental involvement in education, and support of our superintendent to build on our school districts successes as we work to support educators and learners to their fullest potential. The highlights: I am a wife, mother, small business owner, Republican leader, and non-profit organizer in the city of Manchester. The details: I’ve been married to my husband, Matthew, for 12 years. We have 2 beautiful children. I am a parishioner of Ste. Marie’s on the west side. I have been involved in the Manchester Republican Committee since 2018 when I ran for State Representative for Ward 11 and I’ve been active in the city since pushing for common sense in our School Board, board of Mayor and Alderman, and state legislature ever since. I am a member of many non-profit boards with a wide ranges of focus spanning community engagement to addiction recovery. I am a REALTOR (C) and work almost exclusively in 3rd party property management.
Current jobI am a small business owner and Realtor in beautiful Ward 11 leaning heavily on skills in HR, Project Management, and Operations Management.
Time lived in NH11 Years
MBA from SNHU in 2018, BSBA in HR Management, Ball State University, Muncie, IN in 2010.
Best way to contact candidateBPing03102@gmail.com
What are your thoughts on and/or plans for addressing remote learning/other uses of technology in local education?
We provide brick-and-mortar education in the Manchester School District that is enhanced with technology. COVID showed us that hybrid and/or remote-only education does not provide proficiency outcomes for our learners.
What are your thoughts on or plans for addressing vocational and career-focused educational initiative?
This circles back to forming magnet schools within our district, and is part of our Strategic Plan.
What are your thoughts on as well as plans for addressing issues and costs related to Special Education/IEPs?
We can’t control costs, we can address issues. This is an equity issue that deserves immediate attention. I would call on the district to create a strategic plan to align our Special Education/504 Plan/IEP staff and spaces in each school and define our shared resources, opportunities to share district strengths equitably amongst all schools, and close gaps in resources/staff found.