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~ Political Announcement ~ Vanessa Biasella announces her candidacy for Revere School Committee

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Vanessa DiCologero Biasella, candidate for election to the Revere School Committee.

Vanessa is a lifelong resident of Revere; her husband, Michael with their four children, own a home in North Revere. Two of their sons are RHS Graduates, while the younger two are students at the elementary and middle school level in Revere Public Schools.

She is currently employed by Lynn Public Schools as a high school Special Education Liaison and Special Educator where she teaches 9th through 12th grade. Her current role as a special education teacher and experience as an early childhood educator, as well as a parent, a business administrator, and school/community volunteer all give her a unique, fresh, and relevant point of view that she would bring to the Revere School Committee.

Her business experiences dealt specifically with payroll, taxes, licenses, contracts, customer relations, and timelines; she also has experience in negotiating contracts, and has had many successful contributions towards brokering agreements that benefit both sides of the table.

Recently, Vanessa has advocated for local families navigating the IEP process in Revere and surrounding communities and is involved in her Childrens’ schools PTAs. She also has advocated for access to higher learning opportunities such as Dual Enrollment/Early College, and for alternative pathways such as trade training, internships, and apprenticeship opportunities. She is a tireless community volunteer and was recently recognized by the City Council for taking on the Northern Strand Bike Trail clean-up project as a family endeavor – months of dedicated labor went into collecting many discarded items of trash, amounting to dozens of bags of trash from the delicate eco system along the trail which borders the marsh. Throughout the COVID crisis, Vanessa donated her time as a deliverer of PPE and food to shut-ins along with assisting with filling bags for distribution. The North Revere Urban Trail Grant was secured by Vanessa in which they were awarded 1700.00 as a result. Vanessa has volunteered from childhood to the present day, all in the name of leaving Revere better than she found it. You can hear her say that to her children as she instills these values of responsibility in them. The list is long and can be found on her website: Biasellacommittee.com. This is Vanessa’s second candidacy for a seat on the school committee and your support is vital to our success. If you hear of Vanessa, you hear people speak of her passion, her tenacity, her honesty, and integrity; these are not simply buzz words, this is how she lives and how she raises her children. The School Committee does not have a current teacher to speak about the day-to-day experiences of today’s educator – Vanessa is the only candidate currently employed as a K-12 teacher; it is crucial for us to have one serving Revere. Having Vanessa on the School Committee gives the public a voice.

“My pledge to you is to be completely transparent and always available to you, and to serve the community with no preconceived agendas. I want to be your voice; I ask that you cast one of your six votes for me, Vanessa Biasella, for Revere School Committee, on November 7th, 2023.” – Vanessa Biasella

Inquiries: email: biasellacommittee@gmail.com. Facebook: @Committee to Elect Vanessa Biasella. Website: Biasellacommittee.com

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