Thursday, November 01, 2001

School board candidates




        Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education candidates:

        • Incumbent Catherine Ingram, Mount Auburn, in her eighth year on the board. She is an independent contractor for consulting and business planning, a full-time professor at Northern Kentucky University College of Education and vice-president of the Great Rivers Girl Scout Council.

        • Incumbent Harriet Russell, College Hill, in her eighth year on the board. She is a retired teacher who taught 30 years in CPS. She is president of the Greater Cincinnati School Employees Credit Union, a member of of the executive committee of the Hamilton County Democratic Party and a member of the NAACP and Cincinnati Women's Political Caucus.

        • Incumbent Sally Warner, Columbia Tusculum, in her fourth year on the board. She is a business manager for Thomas R. Warner, Architect. She taught one year, tutored for three years and is a founding member of Cincinnati Parents for Public Schools. She is a member of the Cincinnati Women's Political Caucus.

        • Melanie Bates, North Avondale. She is serving her seventh year on the state board of education for District 4 and is executive director of the Hamilton County Democratic Party.

        • Roy McGrath, Clifton Heights. He is a semi-retired consultant for service organizations. He belongs to the Clifton Heights-University Heights-Fairview Community Council.

        • Ed Rothenberg, of Hyde Park. He is a real estate investor, broker and Realtor. He became a substitute teacher in the spring (Norwood and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place districts) and plans to substitute in CPS. He also publishes a newspaper, What's Happening in Hyde Park, has written five books and hosts two public-access TV shows.

        • G.R. “Sam” Schloemer, Springfield Township. He is a retired manufacturer's sales representative and former Oak Hills schools board member.

        • Frederick Suggs, North Avondale, publisher of NIP Magazine for 35 years. After he sold it, he started publishing Talk Magazine.

CPS board candidates put focus on reforms
       



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