Lisa Weber for Niskayuna Town Board
Lisa is a former legislative aide and government relations representative who now coordinates the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) program in Schenectady County. Lisa has been living in Niskayuna since 2001 and loves raising her family here. A parent of two, Lisa has long been active in the Niskayuna community and currently serves as Co-President of the parent-teacher organization at her younger child’s middle school. Lisa has served on the Town of Niskayuna Board of Assessment Review since 2010 and is on the planning committee for the annual Cherry Blossom 5K race for ALS and Walk for Hope which raises needed funds for our regional ALS clinic. Lisa is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz where she studied Journalism and Political Science. Lisa’s public policy experience and leadership skills uniquely qualify her for election to the Niskayuna Town Board. Lisa will be appearing on the Democratic, Independence, Women’s Equality, and Working Families ballot lines on Election Day, November 3, 2015. Come out and vote!
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The Mom-Mentum public policy blog has highlighted my campaign in article on its website. Please read more to learn more about how my perspective as a Niskayuna parent for the past 14 years informs my campaign and the importance of the participation of women in all levels of elected government.