Candidate Statements

Candidate Statements

Time for a Change, Vote for Jeffrey Braverman for Randolph BOE

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To Randolph, New Jersey resident voters:

I am Jeffrey Braverman, and I would like to become a Randolph Board of Education (BOE) member.   In my opinion, over the last five years or more I have seen our school district go from one of best in class in education, clubs, sports and the arts to a less desirable one.  In addition, the foundation of our school district should be fairness for all, respect, working together, and the creation of a place that other school districts want to emulate.  I would like to be the person to set us back on the right path.

I have lived in Randolph for 24 years and take great pride in our community.  Both of my children attended the Randolph Township Schools for grades K-12; my daughter, Sarah, graduated in 2010 and my son, Jordan, is to graduate in 2015.   During this time I have been very active in the Randolph Township Schools.  For the last five years, I have attended most of the Randolph BOE meetings and the Finance, Facility and Transportation (FFT) meetings.  The main reasons my wife, Liz, and I moved to Randolph 24 years ago were the great school system, the rural/suburban type of environment and the community services.

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I graduated from Lehigh University with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering.  While I worked full time I earned an MBA from Boston College.  I own my consulting company, JMB Consulting Associates, LLC, and my area of expertise is the management of large corporate multi-million dollar IT Programs and Projects.  These Programs and Projects are delivered to my corporate customers within budget, on time, within scope and with high customer satisfaction.   I have held a Project Management Professional (PMP) certificate since 2009 and received a company award for the implementation of a Management by Objective (MBO) Human Resource solution for a large corporation division.

I first became a volunteer, about 25 years ago, as the Treasurer/Board Member for my condominium association and served for 3 years.  Since then I have continued with my volunteer activities in Randolph as the Visual and Performing Arts Council (VPAC) President and co-founder for 5 years, a roadie for the Randolph Marching RAMS for 9 years and a recreation Soccer coach for 2 years.

If you feel that I am the right candidate for you then please put my name, Jeffrey Braverman, as a write-in Randolph BOE candidate under the 2 Year Term that has no petition filed for the position this Tuesday, November 4, 2014, at your election location. Again, I feel that it is time for a change and hope you will select me to represent you. 

 

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