It is an honor to serve on the WPUSD school board. I was elected to the board in 2010.
Before coming to the board, I retired from WPUSD after 37 years as a teacher/counselor. I loved the opportunity that I was given and hope to make a difference throughout my tenure as a board member.
I reside in Lincoln with my husband, Larry (a lifetime resident). We have two daughters Amy and Mandy. Amy along with her husband, Mike, both attended Western Placer Schools and now their children are currently attending in Western Placer Unified School District. Our daughter, Mandy, also a WPUSD graduate, and her husband, Chad live in a neighboring city. Mandy is a teacher at Lincoln High School.
Lincoln is very important to me and I am very involved in the community; Lincoln Rotary, Lincoln Community Foundation, Friends of McBean Park. However the school district is my first priority and my goal is to continue supporting the district goals and efforts
I am here to serve my community and Western Placer Unified School District.
Damian Armitage was elected to the Board in November 2010. He and his family moved to Lincoln in 2005. Damian earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accountancy in 1994 from California State University, Sacramento.
Professionally, Damian has worked as an auditor, tax policy specialist, and technical advisor since 1998. Damian previously served as a Planning Commissioner and member of the Citizens' Advisory Financial Task Force for the City of Lincoln. In addition, he brings to the Board sound fiscal management experience from his several years of service on the homeowner board and committees in Lincoln Crossing.
Damian resides in Lincoln Crossing with his wife, Michelle, and their twin sons, Nicholas and Al.
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