Board Members

NREVSD Board Members

Tim DuFau

Tim Dufau

 
Year Elected to the Board of Education: 2015




Total Years of Service as a BOE Member: Started August 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Amy Story

Amy Story

Year Elected to the Board of Education: 2021

Total Years of Service as a BOE Member: Seated January 2022

 

Occupation: Public Administrator

 

Why Did You Choose To Run For The BOE? As a New Richmond native, NRHS Alum, and the parent of two recent graduates, I am eager to serve my community as a positive and responsible liaison to the NREVSD.  I bring 30 years of non-partisan public service and collaborative leadership experience to the BOE and a perspective informed by implementing and managing programs to support and protect our community’s most vulnerable populations (children and elderly).  I believe schools are uniquely positioned to positively influence the trajectory of young lives and help each child on an individual pathway to success. My work with the BOE will focus on removing the barriers to district-wide academic achievement and financial accountability and transparency. 

Todd Wells - President

Todd Wells
 
 
Year Elected to the Board of Education: 2017



 
Total Years of Service as a BOE Member: Started January 2018
 
Why Did You Choose To Run For The BOE? I feel twenty-three (23) years of experience serving in an education setting will bring my insights and knowledge of education to the New Richmond Board of Education. I believe that I am an honest and patient person with excellent listening and empathy skills. I strive to be transparent and truthful, no matter how difficult the situation may be. Every day is a new day. I rarely say I’m going work, but rather I’m going to make a positive difference. I am a passionate person and strive to be a servant leader daily. I cherish every day that I get to interact and have conversations with students, staff, parents, administrators, community members, and other school district representatives. My intent is to never control a conversation or decision. As a board member, I am only one voice of five working to secure the best education experience for all children and being transparent and fiscally responsible to all stake holders.
 

Robert Wooten - Vice President

Robert Wooten

 
 

Year Elected to the Board of Education: 2015
 
Total Years of Service as a BOE Member: Starting January 2016
 
Occupation: Pastor & VP Sales for US Bank
 
Why Did You Choose To Run For The BOE?  I am a New Richmond native, alumni and my wife and I have six children in the school district. That is what prompted me to run for the BOE. Being already vested in the NR community as a Pastor, the BOE allows me to give back in an even greater way to make sure we have the best schools around. I want what is best for our students so that they can have the best education possible to prepare them for their plans after high school.  I count it a privilege and honor to serve our community. 

Jonathan Zimmerman

Jonathan Zimmerman
 
Year Elected to the Board of Education: 2021

Total Years of Service as a BOE Member: Seated January 2022

Occupation: Environmental, Health, and Safety Director
 
Why Did You Choose To Run For The BOE? I ran for the school board because I have a heart of service and volunteerism within the New Richmond community. And as a 1993 graduate, I want to repay my community for all that it has provided my family and me over the years. My kids, your kids, your grandkids, our nieces and nephews, and the generations to come are New Richmond Schools most valuable resource full of hope and potential to change our community and world for the better, and I want to ensure they are given the opportunity to accomplish this through a solid educational foundation.
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