|Community Elected/President||Kenneth Moultonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Appointed/Treasurer||Kon Heong Chooemail@example.com|
|Community Elected||Roscoe Kersey||
|Community Elected||Michael Hullumfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Carolyn Gephart-Wilson is a native Californian born in San Diego and has been married for 40 years. She has one son who is in 8th grade at Pathways Charter School. He has been a student at Pathways since 4th grade and is thriving here. Carolyn is currently employed part time by Seton Hospital in Daly City as a licensed Respiratory Care Practitioner and has been so for the last 15 years. Carolyn has been actively involved with the school as a parent volunteer. She has done lots of work in the school garden and in the school library. She also is acting as the Pathway’s Parent Representative to the Sonoma County Community Advisory Committee (CAC).
Kon Heong Choo has been a Pathways parent for 8 years and has always been a strong proponent to Pathways Charter School's values and independent education model. Prior to her children's enrollment with Pathways, she served as the member of the Board for Monte Vista Elementary School in Rohnert Park. Kon has a strong background in financial and accounting.
Ken Moulton graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor's Degree in History and began a career in public education. Additional graduate work includes a Master's Degree in History and a Ph.D. in Leadership and Human Behavior. Ken spent 38 years at the secondary level serving as a classroom teacher, coach, principal at both middle and high school and a Director for Alternative Education. Following retirement in 2003, Ken became more involved in Rotary International serving as both Club President and District Governor. Ken and his wife Pam, an educational psychologist, have travel extensively throughout the world volunteering for humanitarian projects while representing Rotary. Ken and Pam reside in Windsor and look forward to being members of the Pathways Charter School Community.
Goal #1: The Board will work collaboratively with the Executive Director to review and revise, as needed, Board policies and operational procedures.
Goal #2: The Board will work with the Executive Director and Charter Impact Services to develop and monitor a fiscally sound budget for the school year.
Goal #3: The Board will support the administration and teachers in working to promote academic accountability among all students enrolled in Pathways Charter School.
Goal #4: The Board will promote a positive culture through effective communication in order to build strong relationships between and among all levels of the school community.
Goal #5: The Board will continue to develop and encourage a culture of professional learning at all levels of the school community.