|David Ochmanowicz and his family live in Richlandtown. |
Currently his oldest child is enrolled in Tohickon Valley Elementary with his youngest child soon to follow.
Professionally Dave is a specialist in both group and individual insurance products. Having a career of working with employers, employees, boards, business owners and individuals he has the knowledge and agility to communicate and lead effectively.
Harnessing his experience working as a local, state, and national organizer, David Ochmanowicz brings an understanding of diverse working groups and effective coordination.
Locally Dave is active and served as the previous Vice President of the Quakertown Neighborhood Association serving the community as a volunteer with helpful initiatives that include an annual clean up day and an annual fundraiser and community event that benefits children in our School District during the holidays.
Acting treasurer for a small private school, David recognises the need and effectiveness of small class sizes and dedicated staff. It is imperative we maintain open communication and a need for flexibility to the dynamic needs of every student in the community.
Focusing on science based education, proven best practices as well as allowing our children the opportunity to build their character with arts and sports will harness the leaders and educators of tomorrow.
|Kaylyn Mitchell and her husband Sean, have been residents of Quakertown for almost 4 years, although Quakertown has been home to Sean and his relatives for over 30 years. Kaylyn and Sean have 2 boys, ages 8 and 3 with her oldest currently attending Neidig Elementary. |
Kaylyn is an Army Veteran and relocated from Nashville upon successful completion of her military service. She has Masters Degree in Business Administration with over 12 years experience as a business professional leading teams and managing complex projects in both Corporate and Non-Profit industries. She understands the pressures of balancing a budget and hopes to bring a fresh perspective on the every growing challenge the QCSD is currently facing.
Kaylyn has a passion for learning and believes our children deserve the very best education. She would like to leverage her expertise to be a voice for our children, our parents, and our administrators, and make a difference at such a critical time in our school district.