On November 5, 2019, our very own, Atoosa Reaser will be on the ballot for the Loudoun County School Board, in the Algonkian District. By merging her professional background in law with her passion for youth advocacy in education, Atoosa has embarked on a new journey to use her knowledge and unique skill set to represent students, teachers and families of the Algonkian District.
Youth advocacy has always been an important part of Atoosa’s life. She leads by the motto “It all begins and ends with the kids.” As an attorney, she was qualified by the Virginia Supreme Court as a guardian ad litem which is a court-appointed attorney who represents the best interest of children. Youth advocacy in education has been at the top of both her professional and personal agendas. As Lindsay Davis Stover of the Inside Scoop so eloquently said in a recent interview with Atoosa, “campaigning [didn’t] start your process of listening to constituents, you have been in the forefront of many different issues for many years.” Atoosa has dedicated herself and career to making a difference for the betterment of her community.
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton, of Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, has endorsed Atoosa in this race. In addition to her public service, Representative Wexton, a former prosecutor and Loudoun attorney, is a mother of two children attending Loudoun County Public Schools.
“Atoosa is running for the right reason: to make our community better through investments in our children,” Wexton said. “I’ve had the honor of working with Atoosa advocating for kids in Loudoun’s court system, and I know she will bring the same passion and dedication with her to our School Board. I enthusiastically endorse her candidacy for the Algonkian district.”
We are very proud of the work that Atoosa has done thus far for children and families in Virginia. Our firm takes pride in the fact that our attorneys have the opportunity to advance their professional development, while taking advantage of outside opportunities that align with their overall goals – personally, politically and professionally. We are excited to witness all that Atoosa will accomplish throughout her new journey. It is an honor to have her as a member of our team and we are confident that she will continue to accomplish great things.
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