Meet the Board

Lisa Callan

LisaCallan

Director - District #4

3153 NE Marquette Way
Issaquah, Washington 98029
(425) 260-4878

email:

callanl@issaquah.wednet.edu

Elected 11/2013
Term expires 11/2017
 

Lisa Callan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Computer Sciences from Northern Arizona University. She has been an active classroom and PTSA volunteer at her son's school, and has served in numerous PTSA leadership roles. She has also been active on the Levy Advisory Committee. She is a member of Kiwanis and the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and has served as a loaned executive to the United Way of King County.

Ms. Callan worked for Boeing Commercial Airplanes as a lead engineer and manager building and running engineering simulators used to validate the designs used in Boeing's commercial airplane fleet. She was also a software consultant with Cambridge Technology Partners working as a Project / Program Manager for large, full life cycle, software development programs. She and her family have lived in Issaquah since 2003 where her son attends Grand Ridge Elementary.

Fun fact

Favorite Children’s book: "Roberto, the Insect Architect" by Nina Laden
Best part: When Roberto builds his first house.
I recommend young students read it because: It is a wonderful story about finding your own way, being willing to stay on your path even if you don't feel like you fit in, and ultimately succeeding at your goals.

Brian Deagle

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Director - District #3

2204 192nd Avenue SE
Sammamish, Washington 98075
(425) 785-8623

September 2012 - December 2013; Past President

email:

DeagleB@issaquah.wednet.edu

Appointed 10/2006
Elected 11/2007
Re-elected 11/2011
Term expires 11/2015
 

Brian Deagle earned a degree in chemical engineering from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law. He has been a member of the District Advisory Team, a classroom and 4-H volunteer and member of the District's Financial Advisory Core Team (FACT). He has a strong interest in financial planning and making sure local students—who already set the standard for achievement in the state—continue to make learning gains.

Mr. Deagle is a senior attorney at Microsoft. He and his wife have lived on the Sammamish plateau since 1993. They have two daughters, one who attends Skyline High School and another who graduated from Skyline in 2013 and is currently attending the University of Arizona.

Fun fact

Favorite Children’s book: “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett and E.L. Konigsburg.
Best part: Finding the garden!
I recommend young students read it because: It is about kids and how they have fun and adventures together.

Marnie Maraldo

Marnie Maraldo

Director - District #2

13904 S.E. 86th Street
Newcastle, Washington 98059
(425) 220-3389

Board President, December 2013 - Present; Legislative Rep, May 2011 - May 2013

email:

MaraldoM@issaquah.wednet.edu

Elected 11/2009
Re-elected 11/2013
Term expires 11/2017

As the first person in her family to graduate from college, Marnie Maraldo believes in the power of education. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from Liberty University before beginning her professional career with the Ames Aerospace Encounter, a hands-on educational program for fourth, fifth, and sixth-graders at the NASA-Ames Research Center. She then spent almost a decade at various high-tech companies, including her position as a Project Manager for Cisco Systems before making the decision to stay at home full-time with her family. Her two children attend Liberty High School and Newcastle Elementary where Mrs. Maraldo has served in many PTSA leadership capacities. She also is active in Cub Scouts, Stand for Children, and The City Church.

Fun fact

Favorite Children’s book: “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L'Engle.
Best part: When Mrs. Which tried to land on a two-dimensional world.
I recommend young students read it because: It is a fantastic story of finding your strengths and seeing how valuable you are if you'll just take the time to "grow into yourself."

Anne Moore

Anne Moore

Director - District #1

6530 155th Avenue SE
Bellevue, Washington 98006
(425) 643-0278

Legislative Rep, May 2013 - Present

email:

MooreA@issaquah.wednet.edu

Elected 11/2011
Term expires 11/2015

After 12 years working for IBM as a design and systems engineer, Anne Moore understands the rigorous demands of the global marketplace-and she advocates to ensure public education is preparing all children for the challenge. She has been an active classroom volunteer, an officer in her school PTSAs and the district PTSA council, and a Girl Scout leader for more than a decade. She has helped draft and implement significant budget plans as a member of the district's Financial Advisory Core Team, bond and levy planning committees, and Volunteers for Issaquah Schools. She has also served on the Issaquah Middle School site council and is active in Stand for Children and the League of Education Voters.

Mrs. Moore earned a degree in electrical and computer engineering at UC Davis and a master's degree in engineering management from Santa Clara. Mrs. Moore has three children, two attending Issaquah High and one following in her mom's footsteps as a computer engineering major at the University of Washington.

Fun fact

Favorite Children’s book: "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" by J.K. Rowling
Best part: When Harry gets a cake for his birthday and finds out he is a wizard!
I recommend young students read it because: The story through all its twists and turns (and six more books) is a fun coming of age story about a deep and lasting friendship.

Suzanne Weaver

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Director-District #5

3749 234th Avenue SE
Sammamish, Washington 98075
(425) 313-2494

email:

weavers@issaquah.wednet.edu

Appointed 1/2007
Elected 11/2007
Re-elected 11/2011
Term expires 11/2015
 

Suzanne Weaver has been an active education advocate and PTA leader at the District and state level since 1999. She has also served on the District Advisory Team, bond and levy scoping committees, District budget committees, and the advisory council for the Issaquah Schools Foundation. From 2002-2004, she was the parent representative on the Olympian Coalition, which promotes Issaquah schools' legislative agenda. She also serves on the board of the Volunteers for Issaquah Schools, a citizens' group which supports the passage of school district bonds and levies. She is the mother of two sons, one at Skyline High School and one currently working for the state of Wyoming.

Ms. Weaver has a BA in French Studies from Brown University and a MBA in Finance from the University of California, Berkeley. She previously worked as a controller for several large corporations. She and her family have lived in Sammamish since 1997.

Fun fact

Favorite Children’s book: “Niagara Falls, or Does It?” by Henry Winkler.
Best part: When Mr. Rock convinces Hank that he isn’t really stupid.
I recommend young students read it because: It shows how different people can approach learning in a lot of different ways. Also, it’s really funny!


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