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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

Conejo Valley Unified School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Angie Simpson

Parent/Healthcare Executive
17,458 votes (18.29%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • I will do everything in my power to keep our schools open.
  • I will listen and represent our community.
  • I will ensure CVUSD has the right educational option for all types of students.



Profession:Healthcare Executive, Former CVUSD Teacher, Mother
Senior Marketing Manager US Value & Access, Amgen (2016–current)
English Teacher and Girls Volleyball Coach (WHS & TOHS), Conejo Valley Unified School District (2002–2005)


USC Price School of Public Policy Master of Health Administration, Healthcare Leadership & Policy (2016)
Cal State Northridge Single Subject Teaching Credential, English (2005)
Pennsylvania State University Bachelor of Arts , Broadcast-Journalism (1997)

Community Activities

President, Village Homes Property Association (2015–current)
Executive Board Member , The Conejo Free Clinic (2007–2009)

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (2)

  • Rob McCoy
  • Mike Dunn

Individuals (3)

  • Marshall Denninger (Chair of Measure I Citizen Oversight Committee)
  • Ron Block (Founder of Dream Catcher Playground)
  • Andrew Pletcher (Thousand Oaks Planning Commissioner)

Videos (1)

— October 4, 2016 Paid for by Angela Simpson for School Board 2016

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