At this unprecedented difficult time, we need qualified Board Members to safely steward our way into the new normal after schools reopen. Sezin has over 20 years experience at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, and is an executive leader of the organization with over 8,000 staff. She is published in the Harvard Business Journal and National Academy of Medicine. She recently met with the Joint Chiefs of Staff to discuss COVID19 responses. She has specific high-level professional and governmental experience in the medical field and with innovative technology. We would be lucky to have such talent and expertise on the Board of Education.
Sezin is a lifelong Howard County resident, and graduate of the HCPSS with children currently attending. She obtained her BS and MS engineering degrees from the University of MD College Park and the Johns Hopkins University, respectively. She has been active in PTAs and Boosters for over 10 years and has actively supported numerous charitable organizations.
Sezin currently serves as an executive leader in a large research and development organization in Howard County, with significant decision-making responsibilities for balancing fiscal and organizational needs. She would bring extensive leadership experience in budgetary planning, resource allocation and innovative problem-solving to the Board of Education.
Sezin believes HCPSS should be held to expectations consistent with those of a top-ranked public school system. She is a fierce advocate for transparency and fiscal responsibility and believes elected representatives should be held accountable for representing the interests of their constituents, not politicians or special-interest groups. Sezin is focused on uniting communities across Howard County, and has decades of experience working collaboratively across organizations to develop successful solutions to the most challenges problems.
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