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Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Smart Voter Full Biography for Rose Marie Filicetti

Candidate for
Governing Board Member; Proposed Mountain View/Whisman School District

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ROSE FILICETTI, Candidate for Governing Board Member of the Merged Mountain View and Whisman School Districts

As a two-term Board Member:

Former Board President
Member of Mountain View School District's Strategic Planning Committee
Member of Whisman School District's Strategic Planning Committee
Member of the Joint Study Committee on Reorganization (Merger)
Member of two Strategic Planning Committees for Facilities
Member of six Principal Selection Committees
Member of the Parent Leadership Network
Member of California School Boards Association's Delegate Assembly
Candidate for CSBA's Masters in Governance Program

As a Community and Parent Volunteer:

Co-Chair of the successful (83% approval) $36 million School Bond Campaign (April, 1998)
Board Member of Los Altos/Mountain View PTA Council
Board Member of Leadership Mountain View Council (Graduate `94)
Member of seven schools' PTA's
Member of Mountain View Educational Foundation
Member of Ad Hoc City/Schools Fields Committee
Happily Married Mother of three students - a 3rd grader at Slater and a 5th grader at Huff Elementary Schools, and a Graham graduate
Active volunteer throughout our community
Homeowner since 1984

As a Working Professional:

Executive Director and Member of the Santa Clara County School Boards Association
Former Assistant Director of the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce's Leadership
Mountain View Program
BA, Business, MBA, Finance and Banking
Former Corporate Banker, 15 years

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