Jill Brady announces for Shoreline School Board, Position 2

Monday, May 22, 2017

Jill Brady, candidate for
Shoreline School Board Pos 2
Community leader Jill Brady has announced her candidacy for Shoreline School Board, Position 2.

Brady, who has lived in Lake Forest Park for 22 years, has a business degree from the University of Washington and has volunteered in the Shoreline School District and in her children’s schools for over fifteen years.

She has served as Trustee and Co-President of the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation Board and as a community representative on numerous district committees.

As a longtime PTA officer and member, she has held leadership roles in elementary, middle, and high schools and has served on multiple successful school bond/levy campaigns.

Through her years of involvement in the Shoreline School District, she has gained insight and connection to nearly all aspects of the district, partnering with administrative staff, students, teachers and community members to ensure a high-quality education for all Shoreline students.

Jill said, “I am ready to use my knowledge and experience for our community’s children and families. We must work together to ensure the best educational outcomes for every student, nurturing their strengths while also meeting the needs and opportunities of our changing world. 
"As our district prepares to build new schools and grow in numbers, I am prepared to engage in our community, provide exceptional financial stewardship, and prioritize continued accessibility and transparency.” 

Jill and her husband have two children, a sophomore and a senior at Shorecrest High School.

Debi Ehrlichman, who is retiring after three terms on the Shoreline School Board, has endorsed Jill noting, 

“Jill has an outstanding record of dedication and involvement in the Shoreline School District. With her deep roots in the community, and her extensive experience and knowledge, she will be an informed and effective school board member.”

More information at www.ElectJillBrady.org and the Facebook page Jill Brady for Shoreline School Board.


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