Wrong Pamela Moynihan?

Last Updated 5/15/2017

General Information

Employment History

Senior Analyst  - National Ground Intelligence Center

Education

B.A.  - Political Science , Long Island University-C.W. Post College

M.A.  - Diplomacy , Norwich University

Affiliations

Board Member  - Albemarle County Public Schools

Board Member  - Rio District

Board Member  - Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center

Board Member  - Albemarle School

Member  - School Board Information

Web References  

Pam Moynihan (Rio), School Board ⋅ Charlottesville Tomorrow

Pam Moynihan (Rio), School Board
Pam Moynihan - Voter Guide photo Enlarge Image Pam Moynihan, Albemarle County School Board Download: 2013 candidate interview - Pam Moynihan (Rio) Download: Transcript of 2013 candidate interview - Pam Moynihan (Rio) Download the 2013 School Board Voter Guide Charlottesville Tomorrow | Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 8 a.m. Pam Moynihan is a candidate for the Rio District seat on the Albemarle County School Board. Three of seven seats on board will be determined in the November 5 election. Moynihan is the incumbent and is uncontested. Bio: Pamela R. Moynihan holds a B.A. in Political Science, Magna cum Laude, from Long Island University-C.W. Post College, and an M.A. in Diplomacy from Norwich University. A retired U.S. Army officer; she is a senior analyst at the NGIC. Pamela has served on the Albemarle County School Board for twelve years and was Vice-Chair from 2005-2007. She also serves on the Charlottesville -Albemarle Technical Education Center Board. Pamela and her husband Sean have two children, Jennifer and Brian, both of whom are graduates of the Albemarle County Public Schools.

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http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/news/article/16339-pam-moynihan-rio-school-board/

Pam Moynihan (Rio), School Board
Pam Moynihan - Voter Guide photo Enlarge Image Pam Moynihan, Albemarle County School Board Download: 2013 candidate interview - Pam Moynihan (Rio) Download: Transcript of 2013 candidate interview - Pam Moynihan (Rio) • Download the 2013 School Board Voter Guide by Charlottesville Tomorrow | Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 8 a.m. Pam Moynihan is a candidate for the Rio District seat on the Albemarle County School Board. Three of seven seats on board will be determined in the November 5 election. Moynihan is the incumbent and is uncontested. Bio: Pamela R. Moynihan holds a B.A. in Political Science, Magna cum Laude, from Long Island University-C.W. Post College, and an M.A. in Diplomacy from Norwich University. A retired U.S. Army officer; she is a senior analyst at the NGIC. Pamela has served on the Albemarle County School Board for twelve years and was Vice-Chair from 2005-2007. She also serves on the Charlottesville -Albemarle Technical Education Center Board. Pamela and her husband Sean have two children, Jennifer and Brian, both of whom are graduates of the Albemarle County Public Schools. People Tags: Pam Moynihan

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http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/local/article/moynihan_wins_third_term_on_county_school_board/48459/

Moynihan wins third term on county School Board
Pamela Moynihan held onto her Rio District seat on the Albemarle County School Board on Tuesday, defeating challenger Ned Gallaway. Moynihan will serve her third four-year term on the School Board. Moynihan had campaigned on the importance of closing the academic achievement gap - the difference in performance between low-income and some minority student groups compared with higher-income white students. She also said she'd push for an increase in fiscal conservatism, in addition to using new technology to educate students "I feel that it's an affirmation of my ability to serve the residents of the Rio District and do a good job for them on the School Board," Moynihan said after the election. Moynihan is a senior analyst for the National Ground Intelligence Center. Moynihan has said that she would work to ensure that the school division spends its funds wisely, and she said during the campaign that she'd fight for teacher pay increases, even if the economy continues to decline and even if that means the division will have to settle for fewer teachers.

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