Board of Directors
I am a proud graduate of Mill A School. My volunteer time has been in support of people, community, and children, from T-ball and the Park Board to building entrepreneurship and family forests. My career started with babysitting in the summers and picking strawberries, then moved from working at the Federal Bureau of Narcotics into management, first the Port District and lastly my husband’s business. Now I am “retired” which really means I am always tired!
I have turned my focus for volunteering to local opportunities and am happy to be able to be part of the board of directors for the Mill A School District. I am aware of changing times - I am open to one-on-one conversations and hope to be a good listener.
Mr. Erik Lundby is the proud father of 2 who has called Mill A home for the last 17 years. He loves to see people put in a position to shine. He seeks this in many of his passions including :
Family - Husband and father of 2
Work - Chief Strategic Officer\Chief Technical Officer at Gorge Networks
Brazilian Jiu-jitsu - long term student and occasional coach
School Board Director
In his spare time he enjoys spending time outdoors and swing dancing.
In the December 21, 2021 regular board meeting, Lisa Alexander was appointed by the MASD Board of Directors to position #5.
Mr. Gary Green is a long-time resident of Mill A, and attended Mill A School as a child, graduating in 1985.
Gary has worked at Tum-A-Lum hardware in Hood River on the contractor sales team for over a dozen years.
He currently has two children attending MAS, and is glad for the opportunity to serve and give back to the school and community.
Liz moved to the area in 2020 with her husband and two sons who attended Mill A School during the 2020-2021 school year. This is her first time serving on a school board and she is glad to have found the opportunity to join this community and help serve the school district.
Liz is an entrepreneur at heart and ran her own consignment boutique for almost ten years in Portland before moving out to the Gorge. She began substitute teaching at Mill A School and PCIA in late 2021 and has thoroughly enjoyed spending time on campus with students and staff.
When she is not working, Liz loves to read, hike with her kids and dog, garden in the spring and summer, hunt for mushrooms in the fall, and swim in the Little White Salmon River (almost) any time of the year!
Student School Board Representative
Student Rep bio coming soon!