PAC Voting Begins Sept. 15
Updated: Sep 25, 2020
The Parent Advisory Council serves an important role to bring parents, school employees, students and community members together to create a better understanding of and mutual respect for each other’s perspectives and share ideas for increasing student achievement and performance.
To cast your vote using any computer or mobile device with internet access. Click on the voting link in the email sent to the email address on file in Infinite Campus. Ballots are sent through a third party, Big Pulse, Inc.
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If you have difficulty voting, send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are our candidates:
Tiffany Irene Coulibaly is a mother, children's book author, humanitarian and professional in the field of public relations. With over 10 years of experience in the industry, she has worked within various communication roles for non-governmental organizations and federal and state government agencies to assist in the shaping and execution of effective messaging. Believing that every child should be globally engaged, she has served as a member of the United Nations Association since 2009, leading the organization's local chapters in Model UN classrooms which educate children on geography, international law, diplomacy and cultural differences. Coulibaly holds a Bachelor's degree in Mass Communications and Theater and a Master's degree in Public relations. In her spare time, she enjoys creating music memories with her son Julius (who also inspires her children's book), volunteering and working with others on processes to make communities a more sustainable and better place.
Jessica Naimoli is a single mother (widow) and is the sole provider for her beautiful nine-year-old daughter that is currently a student at Huntley Hills Elementary. She previously volunteered at the Broward County Library down in South Florida on Wednesday evenings to read to the children. She was a lifeguard on Fort Lauderdale Beach for a few years ensuring that both adults, and children were safe from the dangers of the ocean! She is currently taking classes online through LinkedIn Learning for Full Stack Web Developing for front and back end. She is also about to begin work with Arise so that she may work virtually alongside her daughter while she schools virtually.
Marisa Simmons is the parent to a first grader at HHES and will have another student starting next fall. She practiced as an attorney here in Atlanta for 6 years before transitioning into attorney recruiting 6 years ago. She is a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law and attended Georgia Tech for undergrad (go Jackets!). In the fall, you can find Marisa cheering for any of Atlanta’s pro sports teams (and Tech, of course), or running the streets of Huntley Hills neighborhood.
Mike Steele is a local business owner and leader, and his goal for serving on the PAC is to serve our community and our school. He currently has a Pre-K student and has a vested interest in maintaining HHES as a top school for years to come. He have served as a volunteer leader for Boy Scouts, the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, in various capacities at the YMCA, and for youth sports. Mike currently operates multiple Aqua-Tots Swim Schools in the Atlanta area, and is very experienced at creating community partnerships to benefit children and families. Mike believes he would be the perfect liaison between local businesses, our school, and our community.