Beth Kintner for Board of Education
Vote Row A November 5th

Beth Kintner – Bio:

Beth Kintner currently serves on the Farmington Town Council representing the first district, where she is liaison to the Board of Education, the High School Building Committee, the Human Relations Commission, and the Housing Authority. She also served as the Chair of the Farmington High School Survey Ad Hoc Subcommittee last year.

Beth has lived in Farmington for 22 years and has a long history of community involvement, including a decade with the PTOs of Noah Wallace and West Woods Schools. Beth also has served on the Irving Robbins Middle School Parent Advisory Council, and the Superintendent’s Parent Leadership Forum. Beth also led Farmington Future, a nonpartisan group that advocated for Farmington’s schools and town services, informed the public of key issues and the priorities and actions of local elected officials, and encouraged residents to be active and engaged in the town’s budget process and other important town issues.

She has volunteered with the booster clubs for Farmington High School Boys’ Baseball, Boys’ Soccer, and Track and Field teams, and has volunteered with Farmington Little League for more than 5 years. Upon moving to the Greater Hartford area, she volunteered as a tutor with the Greater Hartford Literacy Volunteers. Beth earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Social Work, and has over 15 years of experience in the non-profit sector as a case manager, program director, and grants administrator. Along with her husband Thomas, she lives in Farmington with their three sons, all of whom attend Farmington Public Schools.

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Vote Row A November 5th
Beth Kintner
Board of Education

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