Speech at Knox County Democratic Party Fall Fundraiser (Sept. 14, 2018):
Anderson, N. (2018, August 29). Coleen Martinez, Dist. 89 Candidate, Involved Parent, Talks Issues. The Shopper News.
Tennessee This Week (2018, Aug. 19) on WATE: Click Here to Watch!
Wilusz, R. (2018, August 3). Justin Lafferty pulls GOP upset in District 89, to face Coleen Martinez in November. The Knoxville News Sentinel.
Appearance on Halerin Hilton Hill’s “Triple H” Radio show on 98.7. July 13, 2018.
Farragut Press Voter’s Guide (2018, July 12): Decision-2018-farragutpress
League of Women Voters Voter Registration Guide: august_2018_primary_general
Whetstone, T. (2018, July 8). Stacey Campfield among 7 vie for Roger Kane seat. The Knoxville News Sentinel (retrieved 7/9/18).
My son, Josh, speaking to the KCS BOE again about the proposed budget cuts to Project GRAD, Magnets, and Gifted and Talented (April 30, 2018). Click Here
Featured in an article in The Tennessee Tribune: SAVE Project GRAD creates city wide concern by Ms. Vivian Underwood Shipe (2018, April 26). Click Here
My son, Josh’s, interview about KCS BOE’s proposed budget cuts for Gifted and Talented, Magnet schools, and Project GRAD. Click Here
My Letter to the Editor of the Knoxville News Sentinel about the KCS BOE proposed funding cut for the Gifted and Talented Program. Click Here
My Letter to the Editor was also featured in the National Association for Gifted Children NewsSource April 18, 2018. Click here for a link to the association, not the newsletter 😦
My speech to the KCS Board of Education regarding their proposed cut of $500,000 for the Gifted and Talented program. This cut will essentially end the G/T program as we know it for my children at Cedar Bluff Elem.
My son, Josh’s, speech to KCS Board of Education regarding their proposed cut of $500,000 for the Gifted and Talented program. This cut will essentially end the G/T program as we know it for my children at Cedar Bluff Elem.