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High school district hires spokesperson

 

The Sequoia Union High School District has hired an elected member of the Ravenswood City School District board for a public relations position that reports to the Sequoia district superintendent.

Ana Maria Pulido can keep her seat on the Ravenswood board in accepting the job of executive assistant to Sequoia district Superintendent Mary Streshly, according to a Dec. 8 announcement by the high school district.

Ms. Pulido starts on Jan. 8 and will be paid an annual salary of about $100,000, Ms. Streshly said in an email. She will help plan, develop and administer the district's public information program, including contact with the media and communications with the public, the announcement says.

Ms. Pulido has served as chief operating officer of the One East Palo Alto Neighborhood Improvement Initiative. She has a bachelor's degree in business administration from San Francisco State University and is working on a master's degree in public administration from the University of San Francisco.

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Posted by Belle Haven Resident
a resident of Belle Haven Elementary
on Mar 1, 2018 at 7:59 am

I feel bad for Sequoia High School. Anna's career as a board member is about to collapse due to her support to Gloria Hernandez on the corruption issues going on. She is lucky she was hired right before the truth started to come out. Parents and Ravenswood employees are already getting signatures to get her out of her seat. She is part of the Ravenswood Corruption. If this is the way she is going to perform her job as PR, good luck to Sequoia High School. Also, I am not sure about the rules of hiring an elected official who has ties to Ravenswood as our kids from Ravenswood go to this district too. I hope Sequoia did her investigation well so no laws are broken with her hiring. If Sequoia wants her to hide the truth, she will be great at it, but if they want transparency good luck with that. More to come as the truth unfolds. I guess is too late, they already hire her and did the paperwork, now they are stuck with her.


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