Reay named to vacant London school board seat

Lisa Reay

(Posted July 7, 2022)

By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor

Lisa Reay looks forward to helping the London City School District realize its potential as the community grows.

On June 28, the school board appointed Reay to fill the board seat vacated by Jonathan Stahl in May. Stahl had served on the board for 10 years.

Reay was one of nine individuals who expressed interest in the seat. The board interviewed all nine candidates.

“In the end, the board felt as though Lisa was the candidate that best fit with the other members in terms of decision-making and outlook for the district,” said Superintendent Dr. Lou Kramer.

A lifetime resident of Madison County, Reay graduated from Madison-Plains High School in 2001 and earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Franklin University in 2008. She works as a claims manager for the Industrial Commission of Ohio.

Reay said her experience working for a government agency and in a team environment should come in handy as a school board member. She added that she has always been interested in education and, as a parent of three children who attend London City Schools, is particularly committed to seeing the district succeed.

“My youngest is in first grade, so I will be invested in the district for a while. I want to help continue what is already in progress,” she said.

Reay and her husband, Seth, live in London.

Reay will served out the remainder of the board seat’s term which expires at the end of 2023. She joins Ashli Carter, Donovan Cooper, Marshall Geib and Juliet Wendler on the board.

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