TALLAHASSEE – Sarasota County School Board member Caroline Zucker has been elected president of the Florida School Boards Association (FSBA), the statewide organization representing school boards across the state.
Zucker joins three other board members who were elected to FSBA offices during the association’s recent conference in Tampa. They include: Tim Harris, Polk County, president-elect; April Griffin, Alachua County, vice president; and Linda Moultrie, Escambia County, treasurer. In addition, Patty Hightower, Escambia County, who served as FSBA president during 2014-15, will continue to serve as an executive officer as immediate past president.
“FSBA is extremely fortunate to have Caroline’s leadership this year. She brings a wealth of experience and insight to the association,” said Bill Graham, FSBA executive director. Zucker has held several offices with FSBA, including vice president and president-elect.
“I am honored by the trust you have placed in me as the president of this great association,” Zucker said following her installation. “FSBA has the power to have a tremendous and positive impact on the education of our children and the future of our state.”
Zucker will serve as the association’s president until June 2016.