Chelsea School Committee
Chelsea City Hall
Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150
Rosemarie Carlisle has served on the School Committee for several years. Rosemarie ran when her children were older so that she could help students have access to a great education.
Rosemarie has served on the PTOs of Chelsea High School as PTO President, Williams Junior High, Prattville, and the Mary C. Burke School. She is presently the Chairperson of the Policy and Procedure Committee. Rosemarie previously served four terms as the Chairperson of the School Committee. In 2010, Rosemarie received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the City of Chelsea.
Rosemarie will continue to make sure that students receive a proper education and the tools they need to succeed in life after they leave Chelsea Public Schools. Rosemarie is the proud mother of three great children who where all educated in Chelsea and four beautiful grandchildren.
Lucia Colon, a Chelsea resident originally from Honduras, joined the Chelsea School Committee in January of 2006 as the representative for District 4. She is currently employed by HarborCOV as the Manager of the Emergency Housing Program where she assists victims of domestic abuse, and has worked in non-profit organizations for the past 20 years. Lucia is a highly committed and dedicated member, community advocate and elected official. Her voice speaks for the underserved in the community, be they children, immigrants or the battered.
Lisa Lineweaver has represented residents of Bellingham Hill, Broadway, and Chelsea Square (District 5) since 2008. She comes from a family of teachers, and has worked in urban public schools as a fifth-grade teacher, data coach, and administrator at a "turnaround" school. She currently has one child enrolled in Chelsea Public Schools.
Ana, a Chelsea native, joined the Chelsea School Committee in November of 2009 as the representative for District 6. She is a Human Resources Manager and Event Coordinator for John Hancock Financial Services, where she has held several positions for the past 13 years. Prior to John Hancock Financial Services, she worked for Massachusetts General Hospital where she served as a patient interpreter. Ana serves on the Human Resources sub-committee for Chelsea Public Schools and participated on the charter review committee for the City of Chelsea. Ana is currently the cheering director for the Pop Warner Association in Chelsea.
Ed, a Chelsea native, joined the School Committee as the representative from District 8 in January of 2005. He is currently employed as a Vice President at the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, working primarily on organizational development projects. Ed has served previously on the Human Resources sub-committee. His hobbies include biking and running, and he has completed four Boston Marathons and one New York Marathon. Ed holds a BA from Suffolk University in Boston.
Rules and Regulations of the Chelsea School Committee.