Lisa believes that education is the most important community good. Lisa is committed to creating an educational environment where all students can be the best version of their unique selves, a priority near and dear to her heart as the wife of a teacher and mother of two young daughters who have blossomed in early childhood special education programs. Her demonstrated commitment to education earned her the trust of Millard voters who elected her to the Learning Community Coordinating Council, where she has engaged with state legislators, the non-profit community, parents and district partners to strategically enhance programming for families and children in Millard and beyond.
Lisa's priorities for the district include staff recruitment, retention and recognition, acknowledging the exceptional work and adaptability of teachers as they navigated, and continue to navigate, the pandemic. She is also focused on early childhood education, ensuring that our littlest learners have what they need to thrive. She wants to provide solid footing for our students as they enter the world after high school, not only academically prepared for their next steps, but as caring and kind citizens who contribute positively to their community and enrich the lives of others. Lisa believes Millard is a place where everyone is welcome and is committed to listening to the increasingly diverse needs of our school community.