Rob Hammond was elected to the Monrovia Unified School District Board of Education in November of 2011. Prior to being elected to the School Board, Rob served the community as Mayor and City Councilmember where he supported the collaborative efforts of the City of Monrovia and Monrovia Unified School District. He was a founding member of Monrovia Reads, started the Y.E.S. (Youth Employment Services) Program to provide paid summer internships for Monrovia youth, and spearheaded the creation of string music classes. Rob believes that strong schools are the backbone of the community and should offer learning opportunities that meet the growing demands of a changing world.
Rob was born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley. He moved to Monrovia in 1986, and has been a local business owner for 25 years. Rob is married with two children who attended Monrovia schools.Rob can be reached at (626) 841-0791 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan has two boys who attend Monrovia High School. He has lived in Monrovia for the last sixteen years and grew up in South Pasadena. Bryan earned his BS degree in Economics from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California.
He currently serves as the Executive Director and Chairman of the Board of The American Homeownership Foundation (TAHF) since the corporation's inception in 1998. TAHF's mission revolves around affordable housing and is active in Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri and Iowa. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Los Angeles National Bank. He has served on the Monrovia Unified School District's Board of Education since 2003.Contact Bryan by phone at:(626) 688-8233 or by email at: email@example.com
Maritza Travanti is married to Neil Travanti and together they have two daughters, one of whom is a student at Clifton Middle School.
Maritza’s past experience as a School Site Council Chair at Bradoaks Elementary, School Site Council Vice-Chair at Clifton Middle School, PTSA Auditor at Clifton Middle School and many volunteer school hours along with years of government and policy experience inspired her to continue to make a difference with Monrovia Unified Education.
In her professional life, Maritza holds the position of Supervisory Program Analyst in Disclosure Policy and Training with the Internal Revenue Service where she has served for 29 years.
Maritza was elected into office in November 2018, and is bilingual (English/Spanish).
Contact Maritza by phone at (626) 824-0826, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selene Lockerbie is a Southern California native. Selene and her family are proud long-time residents of Monrovia, and her children have been enrolled in Monrovia Unified Schools since pre-school.