DAD - EDUCATOR - VICE PRESIDENT OF THE DENVER SCHOOL BOARD

FOR THE STUDENTS

Tay Anderson was elected to the Denver School Board in November of 2019. He earned 67,213 votes adding up to over 50% of the votes cast in a three-way race. As a graduate of Denver's Manual High School, Tay took his love for his community to our classrooms, where he was an educator

throughout Denver Public Schools before being elected.

 

In 2021 he was elected the Vice-President of the Denver School Board, making him the youngest person ever to hold this position.

 

As a father, he is committed to ensuring Denver Public Schools fulfills its promise of providing high-quality education to all students regardless of the school model.

"Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave, I am the dream and the hope of the slave. I rise"

Maya Angelou

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1,255 Days and Counting

Since being elected to the Denver School Board, Tay has been hard at work for the students, educators, and families of Denver Public Schools. Within his first 50 days on the Denver School Board, Tay passed a series of resolutions to combat gun violence in our communities, expand the right to vote to 16 & 17-year-olds, and the most comprehensive equity and inclusion package for the LGBTQIA + community.

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