Eureka Union
School District


 Tony Corado  Ryan Jones Renee Nash 
 
 Board Trustee
Term Expires 2018
Board President
Term Expires 2020
Board Trustee
Term Expires 2020
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 Aimee Scribner Andy Sheehy 
 
 
Board Clerk
Term Expires 2018
Board Trustee
Term Expires 2018

 

 

Tony Corado

Tony moved to Granite Bay in February of 1979 to join the South Placer Fire District. He served in the field of Fire and Emergency Medical Services and began his career with the South Placer Fire District at the age of 18. Tony held the ranks of Firefighter, Crew Chief, Lieutenant, Captain, Battalion Chief and in May of 1998 was appointed Fire Chief where he served the remainder of his career until he retired in June of 2012.

Tony has served on many State and Local organizations: President of the Fire Agencies Insurance Risk Authority, Committee Chair for the Northern California Fire Prevention Officers Association, President of the Sacramento Valley Fire Prevention Officers Association, Co-Founder and President Placer/Nevada County Arson Taskforce, President of the Placer County Fire Chiefs Association, Placer County Operational Area Coordinator, Chief of Staff of the Western Placer Joint Powers Authority and President of the Granite Bay Kiwanis Club.

Tony has an Associate’s Degree from Sierra College and is a graduate of the National Fire Academy’s four year Executive Fire Officer Program (EFO) in Emmetsburg Maryland. He currently consults for public and private entities on matters relating to fire and emergency protection issues. Tony and his wife Kelly have resided in Granite Bay for over 36 years.  He has one daughter Carley who attended Oakhills, Ridgeview, Cavitt Junior High, and Granite Bay High School.

Ryan Jones

Ryan lives in Granite Bay with his wife, Trici, and their four children. Three of Ryan’s children attend schools in the Eureka Union School District with the fourth on her way.  Ryan works in Roseville as a municipal law attorney with the law firm, Jones & Mayer.

He is currently a Major in the United States Air Force Reserves and performs his drills at Beale Air Force Base as a Judge Advocate. Prior to joining the Reserves, Ryan was an active duty JAG stationed primarily at Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina.  He was also stationed at the Pentagon and deployed to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan.

Ryan earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from UCLA.  Ryan has his law degree from Penn State and was admitted to the California bar.

Ryan is a proud and active member of the Roseville/Granite Bay community. He is involved in his church, youth athletics, and Boy Scout troop 818.

Renee Nash

Prior to being elected to the EUSD Board of Trustees, Renee spent seven years on the Board of Directors of the Eureka Schools Foundation, including a term as President. Her other current volunteer activities include being a founding board member of the non-profit Roseville Theatre Arts Academy, and a member of the Granite Bay Chapter of the National Charity League. When her children were younger, she coached softball, basketball and cheerleading.

Professionally, Renee is Of Counsel with the Roseville law firm of Hunt, Jeppson & Griffin. Renee earned her B.A. in history from the University of California, Davis and her law degree from McGeorge School of Law, where she also served as an Adjunct Professor of Law for 14 years.

In addition to her service on the Eureka board, Renee is a member of the Delegate Assembly of the California School Boards Association, an organization that advocates on behalf of children before the state legislature and administrative agencies including the Department of Education. Members of the Delegate Assembly are elected regionally by school boards and set the policy and advocacy direction of the organization.

Renee believes strongly in the importance in giving each and every child a high-quality education and that investing in education is the best way to invest in society. While she is fiscally conservative, she supports innovation in education and believes in working in a collaborative manner to bring about change.

Renee has lived in Granite Bay with her husband Steve for over 20 years. They have four children who all attended the Eureka Union School District from Kindergarten through 8th grade. They currently attend Granite Bay High School.

Aimee Scribner

Aimee resides in Granite Bay with her husband, Mark, and their three young children. Aimee began her career in education as an elementary school teacher. She then spent the next decade of her career in education policy as an Education Policy Analyst for the Assembly Education Committee, a lobbyist representing school districts, a consultant to an education non-profit, and in government relations. Aimee earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from U.C. Berkeley, and her Master of Arts in Education Policy Analysis and Evaluation from Stanford University. She also holds a CLAD Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. Aimee is a lifelong learner, and is dedicated to helping to provide her children and those in our district with the best education possible to prepare them for success in the future.

Andy Sheehy

Andy resides in Granite Bay with his wife Rachel and their two children, Eddie (Oakhills Coyote) and Jack. Prior to arriving in the area, Andy joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of 17 and spent four years serving our country as an infantryman. Upon earning an Honorable Discharge, Andy worked his way through college on the GI Bill. He then created and implemented a program funded by the Workforce Investment Act to provide homeless veterans living wage jobs. Andy also spent time as an educator, teaching high school students the basics of our Government and Economic system. He continues to serve the community as the Senior Vice President of Resource Development for the United Way, where he is responsible for raising over 12 million dollars to support local nonprofit agencies. Andy is focused on preserving our low class sizes, preparing our students to compete in a global economy, fully utilizing our available financial resources, and respecting the community by being fiscally prudent and maintaining the highest level of transparency.

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