Street Address: 91 Duke Dr., Carmel, NY 10512
Race: Carmel Trustee
Political and civic experience: I have no political experience other then I vote.
Family: I have been married for 17 years to my husband Remo Capolino, and we have three beautiful children. Peyton 10 years old and entering 5th grade in the fall, and six year old Twins Marco and Parker who will enter 1st grade in the fall.
Residency: We are residents of Carmel, NY for the last 11 years.Incumbent?: No
Education: I am a graduate of Pace University with BA degree class of 1994 I majored in Communication and Journalism with a minor in Business.
Occupation: I work for Oracle as a Senior Principal Technical Support Engineer/ Knowledge Management Content Lead.
Why are you running for office or seeking re-election?
What in your personal, civic or professional experience recommends your election or return to office?
I am a leader,very objective and i can see the big picture. I believe in open and ongoing communication with the Parents, Students, Administrators, Teachers, and the Community.
Professionally I manage several projects across multiple contents, time zones, and language barriers with a very high level of success. I am a team player and work very well with others. I am quick to identify a problem and I work through a resolution with determination.
What would be your top three priorities if you are elected or re-elected?
1. Technology- In Carmel we need to be more proactive on getting technology into the hands of our Students. Laptops, tables and PC need to be a part of everyday learning.
Let use our technology savvy students to run a help desk during school time to educate other students, faculty, administration. This will also give our students ownership and life skills that will help become more productive members of society.
2. Grants- We need to help our teachers bring a more enriched learning experience to our students through untapped grant opportunities. Having a grant writer in the district would give an advantage to our students and open opportunities that were not there before.
3. Greener solutions- lets invest in solar panels and LED lighting in our schools. Lets engage our students by researching and implementing these types of solutions. Lets look at hybrid vehicles for the million miles a year our transportation provides to our Students.
We need to stop using so much paper and look into online textbooks. Lets provide some public access to computers and communicate to our community. Recycle- Reuse-- Renew.
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