|Craig Goldman||Kathi Lilga||Corina Ruiz|
Craig Goldman is in his fourth year as the Superintendent of the Mountain View Whisman School District. This is Craig’s 15th year with the District, where he previously served for three years as Chief Financial Officer, and before that served for nine years as the Principal of Frank L. Huff Elementary School. He started his career in education in 1990 as a 5th grade teacher in Burlingame. Education is Goldman’s second career, having spent five years as an attorney representing banks and other financial institutions.
Craig was born in Chicago and raised in Northbrook, a suburb of the city. His educational background includes the following: (1) Stanford University (A.B., Human Biology), (2) UCLA (J.D., Law, and M.A., Education) and (3) San Francisco State University (M.Ed., Educational Administration).
He has been an active community volunteer. His involvement has included seven years in leadership roles for Leadership Mountain View, and seven years as a volunteer referee for San Mateo’s AYSO. He is an on-going member of the advisory board for Stanford University’s peer counseling center and spent four years as a member of his daughters’ School Site Council. He currently serves as a Board Member for the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce and Mountain View PAL. He is also a member of Mountain View Rotary.
Craig lives in San Mateo with his daughters, Jordan, Claire and Teresa, triplets currently in tenth grade.
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