Monday, April 21, 2008

Meet Laura Black for House District 45

Born in Salt Lake City, Laura spent her early years in Ely, Nevada, graduating from White Pine High School. She returned to Utah to attend Brigham Young University, moving to Salt Lake City after her freshman year, where she has resided for the past 30 years.

Upon graduation from the University of Utah, Laura began her teaching career at Bingham High School in the Jordan School District. She is currently employed as a labor relations specialist for teachers in the Jordan School District, serving on numerous district committees that promote teacher quality, performance and retention.

Laura has been actively involved in local politics and community organizations. She serves on the Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity Board, and has been a long-time member of the Midvale Kiwanis Club.

Laura enjoys gardening, cooking, painting and travel.


Adam said...

I'm confused -- did she go to the Y or the U? Or both?

Anonymous said...

Representative Black has a wonderful daughter who is a teacher in Colorado. As a parent, I take my hat off to Mrs. Black for her accomplishments, both as a state Representative, and as a Mother!

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't it just come right out and say that Laura is the head of the local teachers union (aka Union Boss) instead of a "labor relations specialist". Laura does not work for the district as this makes it sound like.