Sarah Dunn has been practicing as a corporate attorney for almost 15 years. Sarah currently works on a part-time basis to allow her to spend more time with her family and give back to the community. For eight years, she served as Assistant General Counsel for Aramark in its healthcare and education divisions. Prior to that, she practiced with the law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP.
Amy Goldman and her husband Jim live in Villanova and are the parents of a college sophomore and a senior at The Haverford School. Over the past 12 years, Amy has held volunteer leadership positions focused on education and community. She has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Radnor Educational Foundation, the DELTA Organization (Districts Educating and Learning Through the Arts) and Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El. She has also been a member of the Radnor Township School District Strategic Planning Committee and The Haverford School Leadership Council.
Lydia Solomon is seeking re-election to her third term on the Radnor Township School Board. Lydia has a B.S. from Cornell University and a M.S. from the University of California, both in Economics. In addition, she holds a M.A. Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Immaculata University. She has worked as a school psychologist for several years, and has been employed as a college professor teaching in the Education Department at Eastern University.
Susan Stern is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She works part-time as a business manager for a local church and is serving in her eighth year as a Member of the Radnor Planning Commission. On the Planning Commission she is a strong advocate for Radnor taxpayers, working to protect neighborhoods from overdevelopment and traffic and to preserve the open space and natural features that make Radnor a desirable place to live. During her time on the School Board she has served on the Facilities, Finance, and Policy Committees.
Andrew Babson is a scholar of learning and development in comparative, international perspective (Ph.D. University of Michigan, 2011; MSc. London School of Economics & Political Science, 2002). He serves as a Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and Adjunct Professor at Temple University College of Education. Andrew has published and presented his research on South African youth identity, educational achievement and class mobility in national and international venues.