An educator, a businessman (and boy scout leader), and a lawyer with extensive experience in regulatory and compliance law and finance won election to three-year-terms on the Princeton School Board last week.
Optimism, deep experience, and commitment to excellence for the district and its students characterize the three elected leaders, but their particular areas of expertise and their priorities reveal both contrasts and similarities.
Elected to office on November 3 were Elizabeth (Betsy) Kalber Baglio, former public school teacher and educational consultant, who won 2428 votes; incumbent Patrick Sullivan, private investor, former corporate lawyer and investment banker, who gained 2306 votes; and Dafna Kendal, a lawyer, who received 2032 votes. Robert Dodge, a research scientist working in a bio-pharmaceutical company, fell short in his bid, with 1780 votes. Each candidate has two children enrolled in the district. more