Please join us on September 29 for a behind-the-scenes look at the anti-science extremists keeping Orange County school boards in the news.
Why is so much attention suddenly being paid to our local school boards? Who’s behind all the controversy and confrontations? What’s at stake, and what can we do to protect students?
Come get answers to these questions directly from some of the WIL women leading the fight to keep Orange County public school classrooms focused on science and free from politics.
This event is free but we are suggesting a contribution of $25. All funds raised will help us 1/ elect more women who are committed to defending science in schools, and 2/ support our endorsed candidates who are pro-productive rights.
Hear from our WIL Endorsed School Board Members on the FRONT LINE:
Bonnie Castrey, Vice President Huntington Beach Unified School District
Bonnie Castrey is an internationally recognized dispute resolver. She holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Western State University and B.S. and P.H.N in nursing from California State University, Long Beach. A strong advocate for public education, Bonnie believes it is one of the essential pillars of our democracy and has been on the front lines of public education in Orange County for over 20 years.
Allyson Damikolas, Tustin Unified School District - elected in 2020
First elected in November 2020, Allyson is an engineer, parent, PTO president, member of the PTA/PTO Coordinating Council and active community volunteer. Her three children attend TUSD schools. Allyson has been the target of protests since her election.
Beckie Gomez, Orange County Board of Education - re-elected in 2020
In addition to being elected to the Tustin City Council, Beckie has been the ONLY representative on the OC Board of Education supporting curriculum based in science and following the CDC guidelines to keep children safe and healthy in our public schools.