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Tracy Unified School District Elementary SchoolsCandidate for Board Member

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Nathalia Hughes Erskine

Behavioral Health Consultant
14,814 votes (16.3%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Maintain fiscal budgetary accountability and ensure educational excellence integrated with supportive mental health school-based services
  • Foster strong career, college and vocational preparation and readiness
  • Maintain supportive resources,public safety, healthy learning environments, and requisite skills for Teachers and Families facing the demands of online/remote distant learning and future reopening resulting from Covid-19

Experience

Education

BA, MSW, MPH from the UC Berkeley, DBH from Arizona State University Bachelors and Masters in Social Welfare, Master’s in Public Health, and a Doctorate in Behavioral Health, Social Worker Administration, Public Heathy Policy Management and Health Care Solutions (2019)

Biography

Ending 2014, I became a new resident to San Joaquin County and the City of Tracy.   As a way to learn more about my district and to continue active community service to have a positive effect on students, public policy, and improve the quality of life of others, I dedicated time and service as a parent involved in my children’s education and served on two committee boards.   As a concerned parent and volunteered member of the Parent Teach Student Association and athletic club, I participated in cross-functional team ‘meetings, such as one of the high school's accreditation committees and the College-Bound Council.  Additionally, I was appointed to serve on two County Supervisors’ Board as an At-Large Committee Advisor for the Commission of Aging and Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee.  I was motivated by my past involvements and public service in the areas of Health and Human Services and Public Health, particularly School-Mental Health, Violent Trauma, and Health's Wellness & Prevention Programs.  Having been afforded the opportunity to work on a ballot initiative, I participated in directing public policies and community projects to ensure ‘Safe Neighborhood and Safe Schools.”  I also assisted in mentoring H.S. Students in policy development and the systems of government amid politics.  In graduate school, I also coordinated activities for a Graduate Recruitment and Diversity Services (GRADS) program for the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley.   In this position, I conducted peer-advising, writing-workshops, and coordinated other student-support services to foster diversity and inclusivity and connect prospective applicants with resources useful for navigating the admission process. 

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