Letter to the editor: Volunteer, businesswoman backed

I had the pleasure of meeting Stephanie Jerome when I first moved to Brandon 18 years ago. I had decided to join Neshobe Elementary School’s Parent Teacher Organization to better acquaint myself with local parents in the community when I encountered Stephanie at one of the monthly meetings. Her warm welcome and dedication to supporting the students, faculty and staff at Neshobe made the decision to become a member very easy.
For 21 years, Stephanie has lived, raised a family, volunteered and operated a small business in our wonderful community. In addition to volunteering her time at Neshobe Elementary School, Stephanie has been an active volunteer at Otter Valley Union High School and with the Blueberry Hill Nordic Ski Club’s youth program. Stephanie has also proudly served as a member and past president of the Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Brandon Artists Guild and a past member of the Vermont Arts Council. She is also the current chair of the Brandon Planning Commission and is a current member of the UVM Medical Center’s Cancer Advisory Board.
Stephanie is committed to growing local businesses, working towards livable, equitable wages and improving access to affordable childcare. As a breast cancer survivor, she is all too familiar with the importance of quality, affordable health care.
We need Stephanie Jerome’s voice, advocacy and leadership in the Vermont House of Representatives. Join me and cast your vote for Stephanie Jerome on Aug. 14.
Jennifer Philo

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