christine-steereChristine Steere

jean-kopanJean Kopan

semira-perdueSemira Perdue

Semira Perdue has made Worcester Township her home. She and her family are active school event participants, and she is a reliable member of multiple committees at both Worcester Elementary and Skyview Upper Elementary. Ms. Perdue is a scientist and international regulatory affairs manager for a multinational pharmaceutical company.

drew-maginnisDrew Maginnis

Drew Maginnis is a Methacton grad and community volunteer. He holds a BS in Business/Marketing from LaSalle University, and an MBA from Villanova University. He is employed as the Director of Operations for a telecommunications service provider.  Mr. Maginnis has enjoyed volunteering as a coach for youth football and baseball in his free time, as well as on the events board of For Pete’s Sake, a local non-profit charity that helps adult cancer patients and their loved ones.

paul-wintersPaul Winters

Paul Winters is a current Methacton School Board director, serving on the Education and Policy Committees. Previously, he sat on the Finance Committee, and represented Methacton at the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit. He is employed as a Business Analyst and has experience working in accounting and systems controlling. Mr. Winters has served as a volunteer for Methacton United and ARA Baseball, and has an annual commitment as an all-night volunteer for Methacton Post Prom.

andrea-reesAndrea Rees

Andrea Rees is a current Methacton School Board Director, serving as Chair of the Education Committee, as a member of the Policy Committee, and as Vice President of the North Montgomery Technical Career Center Joint Operating Committee (JOC). She has been a public school teacher for almost 20 years, beginning her career teaching third grade at Radnor School District. Since 2003 she has taught gifted support, 6th grade English Language Arts and Social Studies, and 7th grade Reading for Spring-Ford Area School District.

kim-aubreyKim Aubrey-Larcinese

Kim Aubrey-Larcinese is the current President of the Methacton School Board, and a member of the Policy Committee, on which she was the former Chair. Before being elected to the Methacton School Board, Ms. Aubrey-Larcinese served as a Home & School Officer for Woodland Elementary, and volunteered regularly in the district’s schools. She earned her BA in English and Women’s Studies from Temple University.

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