Joal Broun was sworn in as the newest member of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education on Thursday, March 3. She was appointed to fill the remainder of a seat vacated by the resignation of former board member Michelle Brownstein.
Ms. Broun, a resident of this school district for 23 years, has two children attending Chapel Hill High School. She is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Wake Forest School of Law. By day, she is the Lobbying Compliance Director for the North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State.
A former member of the Town of Carrboro Board of Aldermen, Ms. Broun has also served as a board member for the Orange County Dispute Settlement Center, the Orange Water and Sewer Authority, and Friends of the Carrboro Library. She is also the parent co-chair of the Chapel Hill High School Improvement Team.
Ms. Broun is a member of the St. Paul AME Church, where she serves on the usher board, the Board of Trustees and sings in the choir.
Please join us in welcoming Joal Broun, and let her know how much we appreciate her service to our students and schools.