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Newsmaker: Shauna D’Alessandro

by MEGAN HARRIS
| Tuesday, November 18, 2014 12:01 a.m.
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Shauna D’Alessandro, 58, of Jefferson Hills received the Pennsylvania School Boards Association’s Timothy M. Allwein Advocacy Award.

Noteworthy: D’Alessandro received the Pennsylvania School Boards Association’s Timothy M. Allwein Advocacy Award, which recognizes outstanding leadership in legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of public education.

Age: 58

Residence: Jefferson Hills

Background: D’Alessandro joined the West Jefferson Hills School Board in 2003 and serves as president for the Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s Board of Directors. From 2007 to 2010, she was a member of the South Hills Area School District Association. She served as president of the association’s board from 2009 to 2010. She also is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh Class XXVI.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in business management/accounting from Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Quote: “I am honored and privileged to receive this award, especially because Mr. Allwein was a mentor to me. He taught many of us how to advocate for children. And whenever he entered a room, whether he was an ally or an adversary on an issue, he was respected and liked.”

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