Todd Yuzuriha (School Board President) was appointed to the school board in June 2008, elected in 2009, and re-elected in 2011 to serve District IV. Yuzuriha's three children are products of Evergreen Public Schools. His oldest child attends UC Berkeley's School of Optometry, his second oldest attends Stanford University and his youngest is an 8th grader.
Yuzuriha retired in 2006 as Vice President of Engineering for Logitech, where he led product development of the company's audio and video game products. Prior to Logitech, Yuzuriha was Senior Vice President of Engineering for Labtec in Vancouver, Director and Senior Director at Sharp Microelectronics in Camas, and Engineer and Engineering Manager at Tektronix.
He has a bachelor's degree in engineering from Stanford, a master's degree in engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and an M.B.A. from the University of Portland. Yuzuriha is also on the Board of Trustees for the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District and co-hosts a weekly show for Junior Achievement Radio
Contact Todd: P. 524.2224
Michael Parsons (School Board Vice President) retired from the United States Army in 2000 after 27 years of service. During his career he was an instructor trainer, instructional program manager, course writer/developer and Noncommissioned Officers Academy Commandant. He is a graduate of Eastern Washington University, the US Marshals Academy and has taken courses at the US Army Sergeants Major Academy.
Michael has a daughter at Mountain View High School, a son at Wy’ East Middle School, and two grandchildren at Riverview Elementary School. He has volunteered extensively in the district, including membership in the Ellsworth Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), the Wy'east Parent Network, and The Evergreen School District Foundation and serving two terms on the district Instructional Media Committee, and as a facilitator for the district-run Study Circles.
Contact Michael: P. 607-9274
Victoria Bradford (School Board Representative to Federal Relations Network), President of Comfort Interiors, was elected to the school board in November 1999 to the District III slot. She is the mother of two daughters, both products of Evergreen Public Schools; one a recent graduate of WSU and the other attends university in London.
A former bank officer and long-time school volunteer, Ms. Bradford attended Portland State University and Marylhurst College. Prior to joining the board, she served as chair of Evergreen Citizens for Schools, chair of Evergreen Coalition of Parent Organizations, and president of the Harmony Parent/Teacher Association. She worked on several other district committees and was a member of a Shared Leadership Team. She is a cofounder of the Quality Education Coalition of Clark County and a member of the Vancouver Downtown Association.
Contact Victoria: P. 896.1327
Julie Bocanegra (School Board Liason to Evergreen School District Foundation), appointed to the Evergreen Board of Directors in February 2012 and re-elected in November 2013, manages two branches of Columbia Credit Union. She also is a former chair of the Battle Ground Chamber of Commerce, former president of the Evergreen Little League and a lifelong Vancouver resident. Bocanegra and her husband have a son, Zach, who is a freshman at Heritage High School.
Joan Skelton, is a homemaker, married to husband Jim more than 40 years, mother of 5 and grandmother of 19, was elected to the school board in 1995 from District II. She has served several years as the board president, vice-president and legislative representative. She is the cofounder of the Camp Bonneville Neighborhood Committee, graduate of the Washington State School Directors Association (WSSDA) leadership training, and served several years on the WSSDA nominating committee. She is a WSSDA MAPS (Members Assisting Peers) member and cofounder of the Clark County Quality Education Coalition. She also served as the WSSDA Board Standards task force chair, and is a former member of the Evergreen School District Foundation.
Skelton worked as a volunteer in classrooms, on district advisory committees, Shared Leadership Teams, and the design team for Heritage High School. She was named a "2004 Woman of Achievement" by the Clark County YWCA.
Contact Joan: P. 892-1995