CERG 2.0 is pleased to endorse Montgomery County Board of Education President Shebra Evans for another four-year term because of her vision for a better and more high-quality Montgomery County public school system which seeks continuous improvement to reach students regardless of socioeconomic status.
Mrs. Evans has worked as a financial analyst in the cable and energy industry since 1996. She received a degree in economics and finance from Tennessee State University. She has two children who attend MCPS. Mrs. Evans holds the District 4 seat on the board.
“I am running for re-election to the Board of Education because I am proud of the work
we are doing to address disparities in student outcomes by closing gaps in opportunity
and achievement,” Evans wrote in a statement in January 2020. “We continue to make
progress, but there is still work to do. I believe my experience coupled with my leadership
will be an asset as we advocate for resources to ensure the success for all students.”
CERG 2.0 is a political action committee (PAC) that supports and promotes the empowerment and participation of African Americans and members of other underrepresented communities of color in the political process. Priority areas are political action, economic development and empowerment, education, and criminal justice reform.
We support the candidacy of individuals based on their expressed commitment to uphold our values of inclusive participation and responsible government for all citizens of Montgomery County Maryland, regardless of race, color, creed, gender, or sexual orientation.
By the authority: CERG PAC 2.0 Vince Napoleon, Treasurer; Eric Bailey, Chair.