Jennifer Wilson is a candidate running for a board seat in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. A five- year resident of Horsham, Jennifer is a devoted wife and mother of two children attending school in the district. Jennifer said, “I am running for a seat on the Hatboro-Horsham school board because, as a mother of two young children, I need to do my part to make sure that the schools are the best they can be. Great schools are the foundation of a strong community.”
Jennifer is a graduate of West Chester University, where she earned a bachelor of science degree in biology. She currently works as a specialist in engineering at a major pharmaceutical manufacturer in Montgomery County, where she effectively leads teams to solve complex problems and improve processes. The news has repeatedly cited that we need to drive more youth towards careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Jennifer is committed to helping our young children consider careers in STEM and wants to leverage her expertise to encourage our children to explore these fields.
Jennifer intends to leverage her analytical and problem-solving skills, collaborating with other Hatboro-Horsham school board members and district partners to better serve the needs of all Hatboro-Horsham students. Jennifer says, “It is my hope that if elected, I can ensure that the school is serving the needs of all students, regardless of their abilities and backgrounds. I have a respect for diverse points of view and will work earnestly with others, even in adversarial environments. I have a desire to work toward a stronger relationship between the district and the public it serves and to ensure that the taxes we pay are being used in a responsible manner. I believe, unequivocally, in the value of public education and in the democratic process. I understand that my role will be to act strategically, in line with the interests of the entire school community.”