2021 Election Candidates

This year members of Magnet Schools of America (MSA) will elect a Secretary and Treasurer to serve on the board for the next two years.

In an effort to help you make an informed decision, please familiarize yourself with the candidates below.

Missed the Town Hall Meeting? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.


Molly Allmond
District Magnet Project Coordinator
Galveston ISD, TX

50-word statement
My team and I have cultivated within our district a culture that embraces the MSA mission, vision and pillars as evidenced by six of out ten magnet programs earning the MSA certification. My commitment to the tenets of MSA and my experience with MSAP grants qualify me for this position.

Corinne Roche
Supervisor, MSAP Grant
Baltimore County Public Schools, MD

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I will be an asset to the Board due to my ability to offer vast perspectives from the student, teacher and leadership/district levels. The product of a magnet high school, I have experience as a magnet teacher, coordinator of a whole school magnet program, and district level supervisor of magnet programs.


Scott Thomas
Director of Educational Services
Northeast Metro Intermediate School District 916, MN

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Serving as treasurer also means also serving on the executive committee. This collaborative relationship and partnership with our president, president-elect, past-president, and secretary, address and support MSA’s day-to-day operations. We’re a great team, and with your support, I will work with diligence to keep MSA moving in the right direction and financially viable in the years to come.

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