News Release - 2022 New Chair_Final
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GOLDEN, July 1, 2022 – The Golden Schools Foundation (GSF) is pleased to
announce the election of a new Chair, Amy Sundermann. The appointment was
announced following a meeting of GSF’s Board
of Directors on June 15, 2022.
Amy Sundermann is a Golden resident and a recently retired Jeffco Teacher.
Amy worked at Welchester Elementary before transitioning to Mitchell
Elementary where she has worked for the last eight years. At Mitchell, she
served on numerous committees and led several strategic initiatives. Amy, along
with her husband, also runs a Special Olympics ski team and is active with the
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The Sundermanns are parents of two
children who attended Shelton Elementary and Bell Middle School.
“GSF has done remarkable work over the past nine years, and it is my privilege
to have been a part of that growth. Throughout my tenure, I worked to build and
strengthen relationships with city, county, and state leaders; school staff and
administration; local business leaders; and most importantly, parents and
students, Together, we were able to enhance our 7 articulation area schools and
make them some of the most sought-after schools in the district. It is a very
bittersweet transition for me, but I am confident in Amy’s leadership and passion
to continue to further our mission. I look forward to
continued success of GSF,”
said Kimberly Brock, outgoing GSF Chair.
“I am interested in this position because I am passionate about schools excelling,
and I love Golden,” said Amy Sundermann. “I have lots of connections within the
community businesses through the kids I have taught, and the families I've
connected with during my children's school paths. I know what teachers and
schools need to be great places to learn and teach,” continued Sundermann. "I
am excited to continue growing GSF's path in making our schools an amazing