Lisa Kroese, a mother of three PUSD students, has declared her candidacy for Pasadena Unified School Board of Education, District 6.
By News Desk
Lisa is a Realtor and Project Manager at John Mark Real Estate and a Pasadena Educational Network PUSD Certified Realtor. The Kroese family relocated to Pasadena in 2018, when Steve, her husband, joined JPL’s Mars Rover team.
Lisa Kroese has a background in both public service and small business development. Before relocating to California, she was an independent personal property and fine art appraiser. After volunteering for US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on her first congressional campaign, Lisa worked her way up to District Director in New York’s 20th congressional district. Later, as Director of Operations for the Senate of Pennsylvania, she covered legislative educational policy and constituent service for a state senator on the Education Committee.
In a letter to the community, she announced the following:
As you know, the well-being of PUSD is a top priority for me. All three of my children attend PUSD schools and I’ve been actively involved in helping our district through my involvement as an executive committee member for both the PUSD PTA Council and for Don Benito’s PTA. Our students have to come first, and that’s exactly what my campaign will focus on.”
Lisa Kroese listed her priorities by emphasizing the significant impact of stability on academic success, student outcomes to ensure their overall growth and success, and creating a secure, supportive, and empowering environment for children.
District 6 is currently represented by PUSD Board Member, Tina Wu Fredericks.
The domain name lisaforpusd.com was registered on December 27, 2023. Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, 2024.
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