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Renton School District 403

Director District 1

Alisa Louie

Alisa Louie

PO Box 58502

Renton, WA 98058

(206) 579-9652

Education: M.A English Language Learning, Western Governors University; B.A Education/Child Development, Western Washington University
Occupation: National Board Certified Elementary School Teacher - Classroom, Technology, English

Incumbent. Over 15 years experience in education, currently serving as the Renton School District School Board Vice-President. As a practicing - and award-winning - public school teacher (2017 Puget Sound Teacher of the Year; WA State Teacher of the Year finalist), my voice represents work happening in classrooms daily. I am a full-time advocate for students, school staff, and families.


During my time on our School Board, Sartori opened on time and within budget, 2019 Education Programs and Operations Replacement Levy passed with strong community support, Right at School before/after school program was implemented district-wide, math and reading Smarter Balanced Assessment scores in 3rd grade increased, a strong fund balance in the district's annual budget was established and maintained, and more! 


Involvement: Gates Foundation Teacher Advisory Council, Way Back Inn President, RSD’s Capital Facilities Advisory Committee, City of Renton Parks, Recreation & Natural Areas Plan Steering Committee, and Washington Teacher Advisory Council.


Endorsements: Mandy Manning (2018 National Teacher of the Year); 2015-2019 WA State Teachers of the Year; Mayor Denis Law; School Board Directors Avanti Berquist, Lynn Demarais, Gloria Hodge and Pam Teal; OSPI Superintendent Chris Reykdahl, Senator Bob Hasegawa, State Representatives Steve Berquist and My-Linh Thai, and more!

Joe Todd

Joe Todd

1003 S 36th Pl

Renton, WA 98055

(206) 850-9656

Education: Bachelor's in Business Administration, Computer Information Systems and Software Engineering, Troy University
Occupation: Director and CIO, Technology and Innovation Services, City of Tukwila

We are currently in a present and fast approaching a future where technology and automation will be integrated into every aspect of our lives. Because of this, we need to ensure all of our Renton students are exposed to and participate in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) educations, that align with the gaps that are being seen across the workforce. We can do this with new partnerships with industry and innovative ways of using district budgets. As Director of District 1, I will work tirelessly with other board members, through policy partnerships to ensure our students have the capabilities they need for now and the future.


I have a proven background working with education and technology nonprofits, and school districts in implementing innovative solutions. As a city Department Head and Chief Information Officer, I also have the policy and process skills to get things done in a board and administration setting. I'm ready to serve the Renton School District and need your vote so that we can work together to make sure our students are ready for now and the future.

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