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Alison Bibb-CarsonAlison Bibb-Carson is a strategic communications and marketing professional. She currently serves as chief marketing and communications officer at College Now Greater Cleveland. A Shaker Heights graduate, who attended Shaker Schools from kindergarten, Ms. Bibb-Carson returned to the community after a successful career in the Washington, D.C. area, where she served as an external affairs officer for American Water, director of marketing and communications for the National Children’s Museum and worked as a public relations consultant, writer and editor. She has been an active volunteer in Jack and Jill of America Inc. in both Northern Virginia and Cleveland and in the Church of St. Dominic in Shaker Heights. She has served on the President’s Diversity Council at Cleveland State University and as chair of the Community Engagement Committee for the Metropolitan Council of Governments. Ms. Bibb-Carson holds a bachelor’s degree in interpersonal communication from Ohio University and studied media and public affairs in the master’s program at George Washington University. She is the mother of two Shaker students. She was elected as the Board's Vice President in 2024. Term ends 12/31/25. Email: [email protected]
Lora CoverLora Cover has 25 years of talent experience, spending most of her work-life sitting on the operational side. For more than a decade she worked at Teach For America, recruiting teachers and working to build a human assets team, ultimately leading the organization's People and Talent work. She then went on to be the Chief Talent Officer at Cleveland Metropolitan School District where she built a strategic talent team to support significant transformation in the district of over 6,000 employees. She took her career managing People teams and moved to consulting — both for Bellwether Education Partners and then for Promise54, where she was a founding partner. She now is the founder and CEO of coLeague, a placing on-demand Chief People Officers, people strategists and implementation experts inside organizations - exactly where and how they need them. Their work supports organizations to create cultures where their people can thrive. Ms. Cover holds a bachelor’s degree in labor relations from Cornell University and a master's degree in public administration from Syracuse University. She is the mother of a Shaker Heights alumna and a Shaker Heights High School senior. Ms. Cover was elected as the Board's Vice President in 2023 and as President in 2024. Term ends 12/31/25. Email: [email protected]
Pam ScottPamela Scott has more than 25 years of experience in education and the nonprofit sector. Alongside her husband, Darnell, they raised four wonderful young men, all Shaker graduates. Currently serving as the Senior Director of Government Grants Administration at the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Ohio, Ms. Scott previously served as a program manager at the Cleveland Metropolitan School District managing federal funds, programming, and external partnerships – there she designed and implemented a shared accountability system, fostering collaboration between partners and the school district to enhance educational outcomes for students and families. She has experience in direct practice and worked at a community development corporation managing programs tied to model block grants from the city of Cleveland. Beyond her professional roles, Pam has served many community initiatives, including the PTO, Shaker Boosters Club, and is currently a member of the high school athletic Diversity, Equity & Inclusion committee. Ms. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Capital University and a master's degree of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University. Term ends: 12/31/27. Email: [email protected]
Doug WangDouglas Wang has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a retired Senior Vice President of Northern Trust Bank in Cleveland. Prior to his time at Northern Trust, he was a partner in several investment management firms for 25 years. He is active in the nonprofit community in Cleveland, currently serving on the boards of Judson Services, Inc.; University Circle, Inc.; the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland; and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Earlier, he served on the board of the Shaker Schools Foundation and as a trustee of Kenyon College. A resident of Shaker Heights for over 35 years, Doug and his wife, Holly, raised four Shaker Heights High School graduates. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Kenyon College and a master’s degree in management from M.I.T. Term ends 12/31/27. Email: [email protected]
Heather WeingartHeather Weingart is a community leader, volunteer and school leader. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. A Canton, Michigan native, Ms. Weingart has worked as a marketing and operations executive in the hospitality industry in Cleveland, Chicago and Greenville, S.C. Since moving to Shaker Heights in 2006, she has chaired the successful 2017 Shaker Heights Schools $30M levy campaign and the 2015 Night for the Red & White. She has served as the PTO Council, Onaway PTO and Woodbury PTO presidents. Ms. Weingart is also a mother of two current Shaker students. She was elected as the Board's Vice President in 2019 and 2022 and as President in 2020 and 2021. Terms ends 12/31/25. Email: [email protected]

About the Board

The Board of Education is composed of five residents of the School District who are elected to four-year terms. The Board elects its President and Vice President in an annual organizational meeting. Board members bring to their work a variety of perspectives and strengths gained through their personal experiences, their education and careers, and their volunteer service in the community.

Board members do not have the authority to act individually in the name of the Board. The Board may take action only at duly convened regular, special or emergency meetings.

Meeting Notices

The monthly Meeting Notice (also known as Sunshine Report) is posted at the beginning of each month and updated if meeting times or locations change. Notices of special meetings will be posted.

Meeting Agendas

The Agenda is ordinarily posted two working days before a Board meeting. The Addendum is posted the day of the meeting. Agendas for meetings after September 24, 2013 are available on BoardDocs. Agendas prior to that date are available in the archive link below.