Jennifer Bauer has served as President of the Tuckahoe Elementary PTA for a two year term and has children currently enrolled at Tuckahoe Elementary and Swanson Middle School. She has represented Tuckahoe at the CCPTA for the past two years. She currently works part-time as a regulatory attorney at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Jennifer is also a certified public accountant and has lived in Arlington since 1993.
Linley Mancilla has been the CCPTA Rep for Claremont Immersion since 2013 and served as CCPTA’s treasurer for the last three years. Linley attended Randolph Elem shortly after immigrating from Bolivia and has such fond memories that she made it a priority to return to APS when it came time for her child to attend school. Linley is an IT project manager and specializes in implementing financial and procurement systems.
Maura McMahon: Parent of a daughter at Barcroft ES and a son at Thomas Jefferson MS. At Barcroft, Maura served two years as a PTA VP and four years as an Odyssey of the Mind coordinator. Maura was an alternate for Alcova Heights on the TJ Working Group and the Barcroft PTA representative on the South Arlington Working Group. Professional experience has been in government and non-profits. Particularly interested in equality in education for all students.
Tammy Stember has served as the Treasurer of the Tuckahoe PTA for the last two years and currently has a first and third grader at Tuckahoe ES. Tammy is also a native Arlingtonian, having graduated from Yorktown HS. She served as the Treasurer for the Mothers of North Arlington for three years and has worked as an Accounting Manager/Office Manager for a commercial swimming pool management company since 1995.
Don Weinstein has been associated with the CCPTA in many roles for about a decade: first as representative from Ashlawn Elementary, then from Swanson Middle, and finally from Yorktown High School as his daughter Penny successfully made her way through the Arlington Public School system. Most recently he served as liaison between the CCPTA and the APS Facilities Advisory Council, each month briefing the CCPTA members on how APS is creating more space for the rapidly expanding number of students. A retired federal employee, he is currently a staff member of Leidos Inc. and lives near Jamestown Elementary. Ana White:
Ana White is has two children; a 4th grader at Taylor Elementary school and a 6th grader at H-B Woodlawn. She has served as Secretary for the Moms of North Arlington for two years before joining the Taylor PTA. She is also the Registrar for the Service Unit 60-2 of the Girl Scouts Council of the Nation’s Capital. Before having children Ana was a high school teacher in Fauquier County and is currently a part time substitute teacher for Arlington County.