Elizabeth Crowley

PO Box 12183

Mill Creek, WA 98082

(971) 361-8177

elizabeth.crowley21@gmail.com


Website: https://elizabethcrowley4nsd.com

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/connectwithcrowley

LinkedIn: Elizabeth Crowley


Occupation: Cyber Security Leader, Boeing

Education: Master of Science Security Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology; BS, Information Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology; (ISC)², Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), University of Washington

Community Service: Woodinville Boys Lacrosse volunteer; Advocate for Women in Cyber and Women in STEAM; provide resources to families to help educate them about cyber safety


Statement*:

I’m running for school board, not representing politics or unions, but as a concerned parent and cyber security expert. I will ‘be the change I want to see’ and set an example for my daughter demonstrating strong values and community commitment. Having lived here for 16 years, with at least 10 more to go, we need change now.

I have watched the stress levels and mental health issues escalate in our community. Communications have failed. The pandemic impact was exacerbated when we could have come together as a community. Apps replaced teachers. Decisions were not based on fact and science, even with a scientist on the Board**. Actions were taken due only to government mandates.

Our children need our help to:

  • Improve connections among schools, community, and the Board;

  • Rebuild our support system with a focus on emotional and educational growth;

  • Deliver resources equitably to develop the whole child in school and extracurricular activities;

  • Implement a secure modern infrastructure; and

  • Drive policy enhancements to foster a safe learning environment.


Connect with me; I’ll make the changes you need.


*from primary election voter pamphlet statement and website

**Jacqueline McGourty, the incumbent that Elizabeth Crowley is challenging for the Board seat, is the lifelong scientist that did not follow the science - even when the DOH & OSPI said to bring special needs students back to school in person in December 2020

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