As a mother of two young daughters, I want nothing more than for my children to have access to a modern school building, challenging classroom instruction and programs that prepare them for life - long after they graduate high school. The hopes and dreams I have for my girls - Zoe and Nia, are the same I have for ALL children in our community.

 

    I grew up in this community and I was educated by it. As a proud graduate of White Station High School and Christian Brothers University, I know first-hand the value of a quality education.  However, as an experienced professional within the school system I have also seen first-hand the inequities that exist due to decreased funding, aging infrastructure, and high rates of teacher turnover. I want to serve as a voice for parents who, like me, have often felt excluded and unheard. My commitment is to work in partnership with students and families to provide real opportunities to shape the future of our district and have an active role in decision-making.  I’m building on a strong foundation left for me by our current Board Member and I am excited to continue and expand upon the good work already being done.

 

    I’ve spent the past 10 years working in education in Shelby County and communities across the country as a champion for teachers, advocate for parents and families, and proponent for change and innovation. And now, I want to do the same for District 4 as a member of the School Board.

 

    I know that this is where the work begins. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations. I am calling all moms on a mission, fathers that stand strong, and the village that continues to build our community to stand beside a parent and not a politician! I want to hear from you whether it be in the park, in the hair salon, at your church, or even at your kitchen table. Let’s work together for students in our district.

 

    Please stay tuned for details concerning my campaign kick-off event in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can find me out in the community or reach me by email at kristymsullivan@yahoo.com.

 

 

Get in touch

Contact

Email  kristymsullivan@yahoo.com

 

Submitting Form...

The server encountered an error.

Form received.

Paid for by Friends to Elect Kristy Sullivan, Jeremy Gladne Treasurer.

 

    As a mother of two young daughters, I want nothing more than for my children to have access to a modern school building, challenging classroom instruction and programs that prepare them for life - long after they graduate high school. The hopes and dreams I have for my girls - Zoe and Nia, are the same I have for ALL children in our community.

 

    I grew up in this community and I was educated by it. As a proud graduate of White Station High School and Christian Brothers University, I know first-hand the value of a quality education.  However, as an experienced professional within the school system I have also seen first-hand the inequities that exist due to decreased funding, aging infrastructure, and high rates of teacher turnover. I want to serve as a voice for parents who, like me, have often felt excluded and unheard. My commitment is to work in partnership with students and families to provide real opportunities to shape the future of our district and have an active role in decision-making.  I’m building on a strong foundation left for me by our current Board Member and I am excited to continue and expand upon the good work already being done.

 

    I’ve spent the past 10 years working in education in Shelby County and communities across the country as a champion for teachers, advocate for parents and families, and proponent for change and innovation. And now, I want to do the same for District 4 as a member of the School Board.

 

    I know that this is where the work begins. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations. I am calling all moms on a mission, fathers that stand strong, and the village that continues to build our community to stand beside a parent and not a politician! I want to hear from you whether it be in the park, in the hair salon, at your church, or even at your kitchen table. Let’s work together for students in our district.

 

    Please stay tuned for details concerning my campaign kick-off event in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can find me out in the community or reach me by email at kristymsullivan@yahoo.com.

 

    As a mother of two young daughters, I want nothing more than for my children to have access to a modern school building, challenging classroom instruction and programs that prepare them for life - long after they graduate high school. The hopes and dreams I have for my girls - Zoe and Nia, are the same I have for ALL children in our community.

 

    I grew up in this community and I was educated by it. As a proud graduate of White Station High School and Christian Brothers University, I know first-hand the value of a quality education.  However, as an experienced professional within the school system I have also seen first-hand the inequities that exist due to decreased funding, aging infrastructure, and high rates of teacher turnover. I want to serve as a voice for parents who, like me, have often felt excluded and unheard. My commitment is to work in partnership with students and families to provide real opportunities to shape the future of our district and have an active role in decision-making.  I’m building on a strong foundation left for me by our current Board Member and I am excited to continue and expand upon the good work already being done.

 

    I’ve spent the past 10 years working in education in Shelby County and communities across the country as a champion for teachers, advocate for parents and families, and proponent for change and innovation. And now, I want to do the same for District 4 as a member of the School Board.

 

    I know that this is where the work begins. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations. I am calling all moms on a mission, fathers that stand strong, and the village that continues to build our community to stand beside a parent and not a politician! I want to hear from you whether it be in the park, in the hair salon, at your church, or even at your kitchen table. Let’s work together for students in our district.

 

    Please stay tuned for details concerning my campaign kick-off event in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can find me out in the community or reach me by email at kristymsullivan@yahoo.com.

 

   As a mother of two young daughters, I want nothing more than for my children to have access to a modern school building, challenging classroom instruction and programs that prepare them for life - long after they graduate high school. The hopes and dreams I have for my girls - Zoe and Nia, are the same I have for ALL children in our community.

 

    I grew up in this community and I was educated by it. As a proud graduate of White Station High School and Christian Brothers University, I know first-hand the value of a quality education.  However, as an experienced professional within the school system I have also seen first-hand the inequities that exist due to decreased funding, aging infrastructure, and high rates of teacher turnover. I want to serve as a voice for parents who, like me, have often felt excluded and unheard. My commitment is to work in partnership with students and families to provide real opportunities to shape the future of our district and have an active role in decision-making.  I’m building on a strong foundation left for me by our current Board Member and I am excited to continue and expand upon the good work already being done.

 

    I’ve spent the past 10 years working in education in Shelby County and communities across the country as a champion for teachers, advocate for parents and families, and proponent for change and innovation. And now, I want to do the same for District 4 as a member of the School Board.

 

    I know that this is where the work begins. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations. I am calling all moms on a mission, fathers that stand strong, and the village that continues to build our community to stand beside a parent and not a politician! I want to hear from you whether it be in the park, in the hair salon, at your church, or even at your kitchen table. Let’s work together for students in our district.

 

    Please stay tuned for details concerning my campaign kick-off event in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can find me out in the community or reach me by email at kristymsullivan@yahoo.com.

 

   As a mother of two young daughters, I want nothing more than for my children to have access to a modern school building, challenging classroom instruction and programs that prepare them for life - long after they graduate high school. The hopes and dreams I have for my girls - Zoe and Nia, are the same I have for ALL children in our community.

 

    I grew up in this community and I was educated by it. As a proud graduate of White Station High School and Christian Brothers University, I know first-hand the value of a quality education.  However, as an experienced professional within the school system I have also seen first-hand the inequities that exist due to decreased funding, aging infrastructure, and high rates of teacher turnover. I want to serve as a voice for parents who, like me, have often felt excluded and unheard. My commitment is to work in partnership with students and families to provide real opportunities to shape the future of our district and have an active role in decision-making.  I’m building on a strong foundation left for me by our current Board Member and I am excited to continue and expand upon the good work already being done.

 

    I’ve spent the past 10 years working in education in Shelby County and communities across the country as a champion for teachers, advocate for parents and families, and proponent for change and innovation. And now, I want to do the same for District 4 as a member of the School Board.

 

    I know that this is where the work begins. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations. I am calling all moms on a mission, fathers that stand strong, and the village that continues to build our community to stand beside a parent and not a politician! I want to hear from you whether it be in the park, in the hair salon, at your church, or even at your kitchen table. Let’s work together for students in our district.

 

    Please stay tuned for details concerning my campaign kick-off event in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can find me out in the community or reach me by email at kristymsullivan@yahoo.com.

 

Paid for by Friends to Elect Kristy Sullivan,

 Jeremy Gladne Treasurer.

 

   As a mother of two young daughters, I want nothing more than for my children to have access to a modern school building, challenging classroom instruction and programs that prepare them for life - long after they graduate high school. The hopes and dreams I have for my girls - Zoe and Nia, are the same I have for ALL children in our community.

 

    I grew up in this community and I was educated by it. As a proud graduate of White Station High School and Christian Brothers University, I know first-hand the value of a quality education.  However, as an experienced professional within the school system I have also seen first-hand the inequities that exist due to decreased funding, aging infrastructure, and high rates of teacher turnover. I want to serve as a voice for parents who, like me, have often felt excluded and unheard. My commitment is to work in partnership with students and families to provide real opportunities to shape the future of our district and have an active role in decision-making.  I’m building on a strong foundation left for me by our current Board Member and I am excited to continue and expand upon the good work already being done.

 

    I’ve spent the past 10 years working in education in Shelby County and communities across the country as a champion for teachers, advocate for parents and families, and proponent for change and innovation. And now, I want to do the same for District 4 as a member of the School Board.

 

    I know that this is where the work begins. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, ideas and recommendations. I am calling all moms on a mission, fathers that stand strong, and the village that continues to build our community to stand beside a parent and not a politician! I want to hear from you whether it be in the park, in the hair salon, at your church, or even at your kitchen table. Let’s work together for students in our district.

 

    Please stay tuned for details concerning my campaign kick-off event in the coming weeks. But in the meantime, you can find me out in the community or reach me by email at kristymsullivan@yahoo.com.