March is Women's History Month and in recognition of this, the state legislature recognizes women in each Assembly district.
Campbell Union School District's Board President Juliet Tiffany-Morales was surprised during a meeting by California Assembly District 28 Assemblymember Paul Fong and Campbell Mayor Evan Low with flowers and a congratulations on being chosen as this year's "Woman of the Year" for District 28.
“Juliet has been a role model for all citizens, and women in particular, in civic leadership,” Fong said in a release. “Improving education is one of our most important challenges, and we must succeed in creating better and more educational opportunity for all. I have been impressed by how Juliet has spent her life studying methods of improving K-12 education and going the extra step to implement her studies by serving on the Campbell Union School Board.”
Tiffany-Morales has served on the district's board since 2008, is the education committee co-chair of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group and was nominated by Low.
“Board President Tiffany-Morales has been a tireless advocate for children and families in Campbell," Low said in a release. "She is a great leader.”
Tiffany-Morales, along with other honorees will receive a certificate of recognition by the state legislature in addition to a recognition luncheon on March 15 at Pacific Catch in The Pruneyard Shopping Center.
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