Bryan Woodruff

Donald Bryan WoodruffName: Bryan Woodruff
Position: Bartlett School Board – Position 4

Profession:
Technology and Supply Chain Professional

Education:
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Christian Brothers University
Master of Business Administration, University of Memphis
Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management, Penn State University

Memberships/affiliations:
Bartlett Education Advisory Committee:
– Chairman of Logistics Subcommittee
– Advisor to Finance Subcommittee
Active Volunteer for Better Bartlett Schools
Associate Member of the Business Continuity Institute
Member of the Project Management Institute
Member of the Institute for Supply Management
Internet Security Alliance Member

Why running:
As a Bartlett resident since 1978, I personally acquired a great K-12 education at Altruria Elementary School, Shadowlawn Middle School, and Bartlett High School. I love Bartlett and want to see it continue to be one of the best places to live. It is important to me that all of our children to have the same great experience that I had.

Related Experience:
In my nearly 20 years in business, I have built a strong reputation as an experienced, professional leader and negotiator. With my experience, I expect that we will be able to manage our operational costs and allow us to spend more of our tax dollars on actual education.

Website/Contact Info:
votebryanwoodruff.com
facebook.com/VoteWoodruff
bryan.woodruff@gmail.com

2 Responses to Bryan Woodruff

  1. Al Hayes says:

    I am a retired SCS teacher. What are your positions on the following questions?

    1. How will you pay for books and buses?  Do we keep all of
    the equipment in the building, and if so, how will you ensure that the
    city doesn’t come in and strip out all of our technology, books, lab
    equipment, etc?

    2. A large concern is how you are going to handle personnel
    matters. Will you do this in a fair and evenhanded manner? Will you force teachers to jump through hoops to reapply for their positions? Will you grandfather them into our new school system? How about pay and insurance? Are you going to put them back at year one or will their experience count? Specifics, please.

    3. Is there a good chance that we will become a charter or some other type of school district so we won’t lose local control?

  2. Candace W Bogardy says:

    Dear Mr. Woodruff,

    Please update the spelling of “beast” to “best”. Sorry, I’m a proof zealot.

    Candy Bogardy

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