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Education And Experience

Jeanette Wylie has a wide background of experiences which enables her to successfully work with a group, listen to input from all sides, and arrive at the best possible solution.   With the new structure of the City Council, the six districts of Vacaville are now represented by a Councilmember and the Mayor is elected by all voting residents.   As Councilmember for District 6, Jeanette Wylie considers input and issues from residents, while at the same time considers the needs of the entire city and the other districts.  Boundaries in District 6 did not change when the new Vacaville district map was adopted after input from the 2020 census data.

Jeanette Wylie has worked collaboratively with parents, administration, board members, and colleagues, during her career.  During that time, Wylie always kept her focus on the education of her students.  


EDUCATION 

University of Missouri, Columbia

Education Specialist in Educational Administration, 1990

Master of Education in Educational Administration, 1984

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, 1978

Additional coursework completed in California from CSU, Sacramento; 

CalState, Hayward; Fresno Pacific University; Sonoma State University 


EXPERIENCE 

Travis Unified School District 

Grades 2, 3, 6; Cambridge, Center, Foxboro schools 1996 to 2018

Union President; Travis Unified Teachers Association 2007 to 2015

Representative to California Teachers Association State Council 2007 to 2015

Grades 1, 4, 6; Perryville, Clinton, Columbia schools; 1978 to 1991

LEADERSHIP 

County - Re-elected to the Solano County Democratic Central Committee March 2020  

Served second term as Secretary; member of committee since 2010 

Elected Delegate to State Convention from 2012-2020

Church - President of Congregational Steering Team, 2019, 2020