Name: Melissa J. Laramie
Running For: Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 3
Current Elected Position:
City: Auburn, Wa
Social Media: Twitter
PDC Page: Melissa J. Laramie, 2021
Community Service Organizations/Volunteer Work: Kent Schools Foundation, Board Member, Since 2018, Kent Sunrise Rotary Club, Member, 2018-2020, National School Public Relations Association, Member, Since 2013, Public Relations Society of America, Member, Since 2013 Washington School Public Relations Association, Member, Since 2013 Executive Board Member 2016-2020, Grace Community Church, Attendee Since 2012
Education: Master of Arts (M.A.) Communication and Leadership Skills, Gonzaga University, Seattle University Bachelor of Arts Applied Sociology/Social Work
Occupation: Executive Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Kent School District
Public Statements from the Candidate:
“My goal in choosing to run for the Auburn School Board is to be part of the Board Superintendent Governance Team, not to push my personal agenda. Our family has loved our school experience in ASD. My daughter has had amazing teachers, tremendously supportive and innovative instructional leaders, and wonderful staff. If elected, I look forward to supporting the Auburn School District in a more meaningful way in continuing to engage, educate and empower our students and families.” Submitted by the candidate to the Auburn Examiner
- Vote 2021: From Head Start on the Reservation to the Board Room in Auburn, School Board Candidate Melissa J. Laramie Stands Ready to Serveby Campaign Press Release: Auburn School Board District 3 Candidate Melissa J. Laramie on June 5, 2021 at 1:28 am
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