The Pulaski Community School District Board of Education has selected Alisa Anderson to fill its Zone 2 vacancy. She fills the seat of former board member Jeromy Delebreau, who resigned in July. She was selected from five applicants, four of whom the board formally interviewed at its Wednesday meeting.
Anderson has served as manager at the Pulaski branch of Premier Bank for the past two years and has been in banking for 23 years. She also has served as an adjunct instructor at the NWTC College of Business since 2017.
She is a graduate of West De Pere High School. She earned an associate’s degree in supervisory management from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing and a master’s degree with a finance emphasis from Lakeland College, Sheboygan.
She serves as treasurer of the Pulaski Area Chamber of Commerce and Pulaski Girls Basketball Association.
“We look forward to working with Alisa,” said Allison Space, PCSD superintendent. “She brings a great financial services background to our board. It's wonderful that we had so many qualified candidates apply and that really demonstrates the value that our community places in our schools. The board really looks forward to welcoming and working with our newest member!"
Anderson said she is ready to dive into her new duties. “I’m excited to learn more about the board policies and procedures and to become more integrated into the community,” she said.
She lives in Sobieski with her significant other, Jon, and their daughter, Lauren, a PHS junior.
Anderson’s term will expire in April 2023. If she chooses to continue, she must run in the April 2023 spring election. Zone 2 represents the townships of Chase, Little Suamico and Morgan.