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S. John Dubois

A candidate for West Valley School Board District 3, West Valley School District in the 2023 Washington General Election, Nov. 7

Age: 50

City: Spokane, Washington

Education: Graduated Jetson High School in Texas in 1992. Graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in business management. Graduated from Grand Canyon University in 2013 with a master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology.

Work experience: Worked as a recruiter at the University of Phoenix for two years. Freelanced as a mortgage broker for eight years. Worked at Grand Canyon University as a recruiter for four years and in quality assurance for four years. Works as a supervisor at 988 crisis line at Frontier Behavioral Health for the past 7½ years.

Political experience: Parent Teacher Organization president at Seth Woodard Elementary School since January. Elected vice president of a homeowners association in Phoenix, served two years and elected president for two years. Elected president of another homeowners association for three years.

Family: Married to Stephanie DuBois and has six kids.

Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Amy Anselmo 3,022 63.58%
S. John Dubois 1,731 36.42%

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