Candidate Profile: Karen Lemon For Princeton Board Of Education

PRINCETON, NJ – A recently retired AT&T executive, Karen Lemon is an experienced leader and mentor, who has led inclusion and diversity teams. Lemon is currently vying for a seat in Princeton School district’s Board of Education. She wants to make the Princeton School District affordable for all students and foster an environment of inclusivity and diversity.

Read below to learn more about Lemon and her platform for the upcoming elections in Princeton.

Name – Karen Lemon

Age (as of Election Day) – 57

Position Sought – Princeton Public School Board of Education

Does anyone in your family work in politics or government? No

Education –

Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics Education

Occupation –

Retire executive from AT&T

Previous or Current Elected or Appointed Office – None

Campaign website –

www.jlhforboe.com

Why are you seeking elective office?

I want to work collaboratively as part of the Board of Education to

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Scotch Plains-Fanwood Board Of Education Profile: Karen Mitchell

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ — Scotch Plains-Fanwood Regional School Board has five candidates vying for three seats in the upcoming election on Nov. 3.

Dr. David Levine, Evan Murray, and Karen Mitchell are running for the two, three-year seats to represent Scotch Plains on the board.

Amy Boroff and Margaret Maggie Savoca are running for the one, three-year seat to represent Fanwood on the board.

Are you running for office in Scotch Plains-Fanwood? Contact Alexis Tarrazi at [email protected] for information on being featured in a candidate’s profile and submitting campaign announcements to Scotch Plains-Fanwood Patch.

Karen Mitchell

1. Why are running for Board of Education?

Last year, I had the privilege of serving on the BOE for a one year term, filling a vacant spot due to a member move. My motivation for serving then and my motivation for serving now is the same: the kids. With four sons in the

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