Ordway went on to be the primary in her household to go to school, and is the primary Asian American trustee on the SRVUSD board. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in international languages and cultures from Pomona Faculty, then a grasp’s diploma from Arizona State College, earlier than a certification from UC Berkeley in school admissions and profession planning.
On her marketing campaign web page, Ordway’s platform emphasizes a file of protecting the district financially afloat amidst challenges similar to enrollment decreases, in addition to improved worker relations, further assist alternatives for college kids, and expanded visible and performing arts choices.
Ordway lists her priorities as guaranteeing monetary energy, educational and social emotional assist for the district’s high-achieving pupil physique, elevated pupil engagement, and extra methods for college kids to discover careers.
Ordway served as board president in 2021, previous to the appointment of present Board President Ken Mintz, and oversaw the return to in-person lessons final 12 months as pandemic restrictions had been lifted.
Since Ordway’s begin on the board in 2018, SRVUSD has initiated the shift from at-large to by-district elections. This 12 months is the primary underneath district-based elections for Space 4, which consists of the southernmost and westernmost parts of San Ramon, in addition to a north-central portion of San Ramon and south-central Danville.
This November, the Space 5 seat can be unchallenged with solely incumbent Rachel Hurd qualifying however Space 1 has a aggressive race, with three newcomers on the poll vying to succeed Mintz.
Extra info on Ordway’s marketing campaign is accessible at ordwayforsrvusd.com.