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SCV resident elected VP for Convention in California PTA

Posted: June 29, 2009 7:11 p.m.
Updated: June 30, 2009 7:09 p.m.

Kathy Stevenson, a resident of Santa Clarita, is Vice President for Convention of the California State PTA as of July 1.

 
SACRAMENTO - Kathy Stevenson, a resident of Santa Clarita, will become Vice President for Convention of the California State PTA on July 1. The association has nearly 1 million volunteer members throughout the state and is headquartered in Sacramento.

Stevenson was elected to the two-year term of office at the association's 110th annual convention in San Jose this spring. She has served as the California State PTA Convention Exhibits chairman. She also served as the vice chair for the Convention Commission and as a member of the Convention Steering Committee, Convention Management Committee, Bylaws Committee and Resource Development Committee.

"I hope to work with all of our board and partner agencies to provide a convention that is both informative and inspiring for new and experienced PTA leaders," Stevenson said.

Stevenson has been active since 1993 in the California State PTA, which has nearly 1 million volunteer members throughout the state and is headquartered in Sacramento. She has served as an officer at the unit, council and district levels of the organization.

Stevenson is a registered nurse and works as the emergency preparedness manager at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.

She lives in Santa Clarita with her husband, Craig, and her two sons, Casey and Connor. Her children have attended Rosedell Elementary School, Arroyo Seco Junior High School and Saugus High School.

The California State PTA has nearly 1 million members throughout the state working on behalf of public schools, children and families, with the motto, "Every child, one voice." The PTA is the nation's oldest, largest and highest profile volunteer organization working to improve the education, health and welfare of all children and youth.

The PTA also advocates at national, state and local levels for education and family issues. The PTA is nonprofit, nonsectarian and noncommercial.


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