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Swearing In Ceremony

Posted on Jan 9, 2018

Sharon Lowry Joins the Board of Trustees and Scott Paulson is Re-Elected

Two Washington Township trustees -- one new and the other returning -- were sworn in to office at the first trustee meeting of the year on January 8. Sharon Lowry received the oath of office for her first term on the Washington Township Board of Trustees and Scott Paulson was sworn in for his third. Both were selected by voters from a field of seven candidates in the fall election.

Sharon Lowry

Lowry brings experience to the board as an educator, administrator, small business owner and community volunteer. “My love of community prompted me to run,” said Lowry who currently serves on the Centerville Women’s Civic Club Scholarship Committee and on the board of Sophie’s Companions for Veterans, an organization that provides companion animals and service dogs to vets with post-traumatic stress disorder.

As former assistant superintendent of Great Oaks JVS, she has worked extensively with board members and parents, and both experiences have helped shape her approach to local governance. “Communication is such a key point. I believe we need to be out there listening to the citizens of our community,” she said.

Lowry also has served on boards for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Dayton and the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery. For two years, she co-chaired the Nike Dayton Open at the Golf Club at Yankee Trace and she is a past member of Optimist International and Rotary International. She holds a Master of Education degree from Wright State University.

“I’m very humbled and excited about the opportunity to serve as a trustee. I’m impressed with our facilities and our staff. Everyone I’ve met has conveyed a commitment to the township and the desire to do the right thing for citizens,” she said.

Scott Paulson

Since being elected in 2009, Paulson has served three terms as president of the Washington Township Board of Trustees and two terms as vice president. Prior to his election, he served on the Washington Township Zoning Commission. A partner with Advanced Engineering Solutions, Inc., he is vice president of sales and oversees the company’s expansion into new markets.

Paulson’s community involvement has included service on the Associate Board of the Dayton Art Institute, fundraising activities with the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, and membership on community boards. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Dayton.


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