Radnor School Board Elects New Leadership

Eric G. Zajac and Kimm Doherty were elected School Board President and Vice President.

Eric G. Zajac, Esq. and Kimm Doherty were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Radnor Township School District Board of School Directors at the Dec. 4 Board Reorganization Meeting in the district’s administration building. Each will serve a one-year term.

Zajac and Doherty take over for 2011-12 board president Brucie Rapoport and vice president Robert Armstrong, who both remain on the board. The five other board members continuing their terms are Patricia Booker, Lisa Borowski, Charles E. Madden III, Susan Michaelson and Lydia T. Solomon.

Zajac is beginning his eighth year on the RTSD school board.  He is a lawyer with the firm Zajac & Arias, LLC and represents clients in complex personal injury cases.  He has served on committees to elect new principals at both Ithan and Radnor elementary schools and is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned an honors degree in Psychology and was elected into Phi Beta Kappa.

Doherty is beginning her second year on the RTSD school board, having been elected to her first four-year term in 2011. She is the mother of four children who have attended Radnor schools since 1997. She has volunteered for the district through the Parent-Teacher Organizations, Radnor Educational Foundation, Radnor PAGE, RTSD Strategic Planning, and the League of Women Voters. She holds a B.A. in Elementary Education and an M.A. in Educational Psychology. Doherty is a certified teacher with ten years of experience in public schools.

This information was provided by the Radnor Township School District.

I Lived Here for 25 Years & Finally Moved Out December 15, 2012 at 12:15 PM
Great, 2 more people with zero business skills or acumen. Radnor taxes will keep going through the roof as they spend as if the bank account has no end. One of these days Radnor tax payers will wake up and elect fiscally sound people to this Board who are committed to cutting taxes and the crazy union benefits.
CW December 15, 2012 at 01:17 PM
We elect SCHOOL Board representatives to help ensure Radnor's public schools offer the best education in the most fiscally efficient way. Yes, sometimes we must pay for what we get in life, but a great education for our kids and strong property values (even in a bad housing market) are more than worth it. I have no doubt that Eric and Kimm will do a great job and will do it in a very fiscally responsible way.


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