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Renee Fabbri Announces Candidacy For Vineland BOE

Renee Fabbri has announced her intent to run for the Vineland BOE in the November 2 General Election.

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Renee Fabbri has announced her intent to run for the Vineland Board of Education in the November 2 General Election.  

A lifelong resident of Vineland, Fabbri is employed as a Quality, Health, Safety, and Environmental Systems Manager for Durand Glass Manufacturing in Millville. 

A graduate of Vineland High, Renee also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from West Chester University.

“As an alum of the Vineland Public School System, I appreciate the quality education I received, as it provided a strong foundation for me to grow in my career,” Fabbri said.  “When I decided to raise my family here, I also committed to giving back to the community that I am proud to call my home.  I want to do all I can to improve the welfare of our children and the growth of our community.”

For over a decade, Renee has been involved in proactive planning, implementing, executing, and auditing internal, customer, and regulatory compliance programs. Her wealth of knowledge and experience will help to make our schools even more effective and efficient, and to promote sustainable innovation and problem-solving methods for the benefit of students and families.  

“Vineland is fortunate to have a highly trained and professional staff of educators, which in my opinion, is among the best in the state of New Jersey,” Fabbri continued.  “Education is the backbone of our children’s development, and I am confident I can make a valuable contribution to ensuring we continue to offer the most comprehensive educational opportunities for our students as we prepare them for an ever-changing world.”

“If elected, I promise to work in partnership with my fellow board members and our school administrators and staff to achieve these goals. I want to be a voice for residents, ensuring the board maintains proper governance, and that decisions are always based on quality education and the safety of our students and staff.”

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