Jason Dulaney was a regular at Perkins Board of Education meetings long before he was elected to the board in November 2015.
“I felt strongly that stakeholders were not being heard,” Mr. Dulaney said. “I believed that I could represent those people in our community that had important feedback.”
From 2010 until the district’s operating levy passed in May 2017, Mr. Dulaney actively participated in the campaigns, including knocking on doors and talking face-to-face with voters to build support for the schools.
He’s been at Parent-Teacher Organization meetings and has helped coach athletic teams in the district.
Mr. Dulaney and his wife, Caroline, have two children, Wyatt is a junior at Perkins High, and Keegan is an 8th-grader at Briar Middle School.
“The greatest gift we can give in this lifetime is to make a memory with a child,” Mr. Dulaney said. “I’m proud to serve our Perkins community.”
He is an operator at the city of Lorain water purification plant. He graduated from Waynesburg Central High School in Waynesburg, Pa. Mr. Dulaney attended West Virginia University before transferring to California University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.