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Tammy Gurowski



President

tgurowski@webstercsd.org
(585) 645-6133
Term Ends: 2022
Mrs. Gurowski has been a member of the Webster CSD Board of Education since 2016, serving as its president since the 2016-17 school year. She presently serves on the board's budget advisory and strategic planning committees and is the PTSA board liaison to Klem Road South and State Road elementary schools. She is a member of Monroe County School Boards Association's (MCSBA) information exchange, executive, and steering committees.
 
She has been a member of the Webster PTSA for more than 20 years, with  service in chair and leadership roles and was named the 2004 Outstanding Commitment to Children Award winner. Mrs. Gurowski is a member of the Rochester Advisory Board for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and volunteers for Metro Justice and Alliance for Quality Education.
 
Mrs. Gurowski is communications manager for U.S. Employee Benefits Services Group and is a certified paralegal who has worked in area law firms. She has a bachelor's degree in communications from Nazareth College and is married with three grown children, all of whom are Webster CSD graduates.
 

Janice Richardson



Vice President

jrichardson@webstercsd.org
(585) 310-4817
Term Ends: 2023

Ms. Richardson has served the Webster CSD Board of Education since 2020. She serves on its budget advisory committee, as PTSA liaison to Klem Road South and State Road elementary schools, and on MCSBA's information exchange committee.

 

Ms. Richardson is a reading specialist for Greece Central Schools, where she is an Above the Influence (anti-vaping) Ambassador and the 2014 recipient of the Greece Golden Apple Teacher of the Year. Prior to joining the Greece CSD, she was a substitute teacher and softball coach for Webster CSD and a building substitute for Sodus Central Schools.

 

She is a member of the Webster PTSA, a Webster Athletic Association baseball and Rochester Rattlers softball mom,  a member of the Greece Teachers Community Programs Committee and on the secondary scheduling team for Athena Middle School. She also volunteers as a dog and cat foster for Operation Freedom Ride.

 

Ms. Richardson (a Webster High School graduate) received her master's degree in literacy education, BS in elementary education, and BA in psychology and was named a Community Service Scholar from St. John Fisher College. She is married with four children, all presently attending Webster schools.

 

Mike Alt

photo of Mike Alt

malt@webstercsd.org
(646) 856-1429
Term Ends: 2023

A member of the Webster CSD Board of Education since October 2019, Mr. Alt presently serves on its audit, budget advisory, and strategic planning committees and is PTSA liaison to Plank Road North Elementary School and MCSBA's information exchange committee.

 

Mr. Alt is president and founder of Altra Tech Consulting. Prior to this, he was vice president of manufacturing and technology for SiGNa Chemistry and director of Corporate Real Estate Kodak and Eastman Business Park (EBP), where he added 50 companies and 1,000 jobs to our region.  His success led him to be interviewed by Kai Ryssdal of NPR Marketplace on manufacturing careers.

 

He is an initial member of Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative, chair of EBP and Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council, a coach for the Webster Soccer Association, an organizer of STEM demonstrations for Bring Your Kids to Work Day, and a member of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce.

 

Mr. Alt has a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Clarkson University, a master's degree in electrical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, and possesses a Six Sigma Black Belt certification. He and his wife have two grown children, both of whom are Webster CSD graduates.

 

Jennifer Birdsong-Ng



jbirdsongng@webstercsd.org
(585) 208-5542
Term Ends: 2024

Ms. Birdsong-Ng was elected to the Webster CSD Board of Education in 2021. She has a master’s degree in childhood and adolescent education from St. John Fisher College, a bachelor of science in history from SUNY Brockport, and an associate of applied science in educational interpreting from Rochester Institute of Technology.
 
Ms. Birdsong-Ng is a secondary special education and social studies teacher at East Irondequoit CSD, where she has worked since 2007. Prior to then she taught in Avon CSD for two years, was an educational interpreter in American Sign Language for Monroe #1 BOCES for five years, and worked for Wegmans Food Corporation for eight years.
 
Her school and community activities include: the steering committee for Webster Families Igniting Racial Equity, chair of Klem South PTSA and Webster Special Education PTSA, co-president of the East Irondequoit Teachers’ Union, Town of Webster Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, Webster Town Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and the Women’s Club of Webster.
 

She is married with three young children, two of which attend Webster CSD.
 

Linda Dioguardi



ldioguardi@webstercsd.org
(585) 787-3373
Term Ends: 2022

Mrs. Dioguardi has been on the Webster CSD Board of Education since 2015 and has served as its vice president since the start of the 2017-18 school year. She is on the board's budget advisory committee, is the PTSA board liaison to Plank South, Spry and Schroeder, and presently represents the district on the community partnership Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition (WHEN:DFCC) and MSCB's labor relations committee. Mrs. Dioguardi also serves on the School Counseling Program Advisory Council and Sources of Strength Adult Leader Committee.

 

Mrs. Dioguardi is a long-standing member of Webster PTSA, having served at Webster Schroeder High School, Spry Middle School, and Plank Road South Elementary School. During her time at Plank South she served as chair for five years and was steward of the Plank South Little Free Library.

 

A graduate of Webster High School, Mrs. Dioguardi holds a BS in biology and chemistry from SUNY at Oswego and a master's of social work from Roberts Wesleyan College. She functioned as director of social work for The Hurlbut Nursing Home before leaving to care for her children. She is married with two children, one a Webster CSD graduate and the other currently attending Webster Schroeder High School.

 

Shanna LaDelfa



sladelfa@webstercsd.org
(585) 210-0833
Term Ends: 2024
 

Ms. LaDelfa was elected to the Webster CSD  Board of Education in 2021 after years of service with school and community organizations. During her eight years in the PTSA, she served as Klem North PTSA secretary, communications chair, and dance coordinator, Willink Middle School membership coordinator, and Webster Central PTSA membership chair. She has also volunteered with Webster Adopt a Senior, Foodlink CANstruction, and LaBella Associates’ community LINC fundraisers. 

 

Ms. LaDelfa is a project manager-serves for Five9. Prior to that she was a program manager for LaBella Associates for three years, including managing New York State’s Broadband for All initiative for Avangrid. She also worked for Zeller Corporation for 14 years as a business systems manager where she oversaw a contract management team and managed revenue growth from $20 million in sales to $60 million for the company’s seven value add divisions. 

 

Ms. LaDelfa attended classes at Genesee Community College and SUNY Brockport. She has taken LeanSix Sigma courses at Rochester Institute of Technology and PS Principles for Project Sherpa. 

 

She and her husband have two children, one attending Webster schools.

 

Maria Rigillo



mrigillo@webstercsd.org
(585) 469-9760
Term Ends: 2022

Ms. Rigillo joined the Webster CSD Board of Education in 2018 and presently serves on its audit, budget advisory, and policy committees, on the MCSBA's legislative committee, and as PTSA  liaison to WHEN: DFCC and DeWitt Road Elementary School, Willink Middle School, and Webster Thomas High School.

 

Ms. Rigillo was a sixth grade teacher at Willink Middle School from its opening in 2001 until she retired in 2013. Prior to then she taught fifth and sixth grade at DeWitt Road Elementary School and grades 9-12 Italian, social studies, and study skills at West Irondequoit High School.

 

During her tenure with the district, Ms. Rigillo was advisor of the Willink Morning Show and Willink Student Council, a member of the principal's advisory committee at both Willink and DeWitt, a member of the Webster PTSA and the Willink PBIS Committee, and co-president, vice president, and building representative of the Webster Teachers Association.

 

Ms. Rigillo earned her BA in Italian education and masters in English as a Second Language from SUNY Albany. Her three children each graduated from Webster CSD. She has three grandchildren.


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