2017-2018 PTA Board Members
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Stephanie is the mother of three children who are students attend West Linn schools: twin girls who just completed fifth grade and a boy going into third grade in the Fall. After graduating from Oregon State and before having children, Stephanie worked as an Account Executive for a specialty food distributor. Stephanie is serving her second year as PTA President and third year as a PTA Board Member. Her past PTA involvement includes Volunteer Coordinator.
Beth is the mother of three girls who are students at West Linn schools: a daughter entering sixth grade and twins going into fourth grade this Fall. She is a graduate of West Linn High School and Oregon State University. Before going on “sabbatical” Beth has worked for a local college as the Associate Director of Tuition Planning and as the Director of Operations for a tradeshow management and conference planning company. She has served as the Staff Appreciation Chair for the past 2 years. This is her first year as PTA Co-VP and second year as a PTA Board Member.
Christy is the mother of two children who attend TCPS: a daughter who is in the 5th grade Dual Language Program and a son in Kindergarten. She is an Oregon native and graduate of the University of Oregon. She worked for the State of Oregon in Child Welfare and Health Information Technology. Her previous chair positions include Harvest Happenings, School Directory, and PTA Webmaster. This is her first year as a PTA Board Member.
Alina is the mother of two children, a son in second grade at TCPS and a daughter in preschool. She grew up in Portland, attended Willamette University, and then graduate school at the University of Oregon. Alina has been teaching Art History at Portland Community College for the past ten years. This is her first year as a PTA Board Member.
Mary is the mother of two students at Trillium Creek, a daughter who is in 3rd grade and a son in 1st grade, both are in the dual language program. Mary grew up in Oregon and graduated from the University of Oregon. Before making the choice to stay home with her kids she was an account executive with a software company.