Ann Pierce, Treasurer
is the 2008-2009 president of the Alpine Union School District
Board of Trustees; she
has been a resident of Alpine for more than 25 years and has been actively involved in local schools since 1989.
In 2005, Ann enrolled as a graduate student at SDSU in the School Counseling program, which is focused on the needs of a diverse, multi-cultural student body.
In Summer 2005, she
was chosen to be a collaborator in the Native American Scholars & Collaborators Project (NASCP).
NASCP prepares Master's level graduate students in counseling and specialist level graduate students in Psychology who are committed to serving Native American students.
She graduated in 2007 with her Master's in School Counseling, and a PPS credential.
Believing that our young people are our most valuable natural resource, Mrs. Pierce
continues to work with students and teachers to promote the use of Wright's Field for educational enrichment and service learning, while expanding the land trust's efforts to educate students further east in our neighboring mountain communities.