Verona school board president steps down, appointed to serve state by Gov. Evers
VERONA, Wis. — The president of the Verona Area School Board is stepping down after being appointed by Gov. Tony Evers to serve as Wisconsin’s next State Federal Director.
According to a Facebook post, Noah Roberts’ new position will have him “serving as a liaison and advocate for the people of Wisconsin before our national government in Washington, D.C.”
Roberts called it “a duty and responsibility that I am grateful to fulfill.”
Roberts said he served five years on the board and as President for four of those.
“While I cannot help but feel that my work here is unfinished, I rest assured knowing that the district is prepared to carry forward with an unrelenting commitment to better serving the staff, families, and students of the Verona Area School District,” Roberts wrote. “I have great confidence that our district under the leadership of Dr. Tremayne Clardy, banded with a community and staff that has shown time and time again its unwavering commitment to our students, will strive each day to deliver an excellent education to every student.”
According to his LinkedIn account, Roberts has served as a policy advisor to Gov. Evers since early 2019. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government in 2018, and he earned his Masters in Public Affairs from the La Follette School of Public Affairs at UW-Madison in 2019.
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