Santa Clara Board of Education Chooses Indian American Community Activist Tara Sreekrishnan to Fill Vacant Seat



Santa Clara Board of Education Chooses Indian American Community Activist Tara Sreekrishnan to Fill Vacant Seat

On August 4, a seat that had been vacant for months was filled. According to the San Jose Spotlight, approximately 40 county residents and colleagues of the one-time Cupertino City Council candidate attended the Aug.

FREMONT, CA: On August 4, the Santa Clara County Board of Education chose Indian American Tara Sreekrishnan, deputy chief of staff for state Sen. Dave Cortese. to fill the month-long vacant seat.

On August 4, a seat that had been vacant for months was filled. According to the San Jose Spotlight, approximately 40 county residents and colleagues of the one-time Cupertino City Council candidate attended the August 4 meeting to support her appointment to Trustee Area 2, which includes more than 140,000 people in Cupertino, Saratoga, Los Gatos, and parts of Sunnyvale.

On August 4, a seat that had been vacant for months was filled. According to the San Jose Spotlight, nearly 40 county residents and colleagues of the one-time Cupertino City Council candidate attended the August 4 meeting to support her appointment to Trustee Area 2, which includes more than 140,000 people in Cupertino, Los Gatos, Saratoga, and parts of Sunnyvale.

Sreekrishnan takes over for former trustee Kathleen King, who stepped down in June to avoid difference of opinion with her work with the Healthier Kids Foundation.