I stand for important values. I believe in celebrating diversity and creating inclusive schools for the next generation. To achieve this goal I believe in strong School Board collaboration to create an emotionally safe learning environment for students so that they can achieve more than they ever thought possible. I would like to address mental health challenges so that students can thrive again. I will also listen to educational experts and teachers on appropriate curriculum for all students.
Carolyn Noble – elected Bloomfield Hills School Board Trustee November 8, 2022
Thank you voters!!!
I have been endorsed by a non-partisan publication:
Carolyn Noble wants to find solutions to our school district’s problems in a respectful, collaborative manner.
Striving for BH SChool board Success
Let’s look for opportunities to lift others up along the way. As a Bloomfield Hills School Board Trustee, you can count on Carolyn Noble to be comprehensive.
→ Strong collaborator
Success is earned, one step at a time. Let’s work together to achieve great things for our students.
The last two years were an unimaginable time. Many parents pulled their children out of public school during the height of COVID-19. I’m hopeful they will reenroll them. I’m also hopeful the new Bond money from 2021 will attract and retain other students as we upgrade and reconfigure our schools.
As a 40 year old millennial, there has rarely been anyone my age on the board. I bring a different view regarding the future. Having kids that are one and three years old in our school district make me aware of what we need for future success.
Carolyn is a strong proponent of education and supporter of creating a culture of well-being for every student. That takes everyone coming together.
Carolyn has been a tireless advocate for equitable access to higher education. I have seen her work collaboratively with faculty and alumni over the years in order to support the next generation of students. She would make a wonderful school board member.Professor Robert Sedler, Distinguished Professor at Law at Wayne Law
As a board member I will advocate for all students, families, teachers, and administrators. My experience in higher education will bring a different take on K through 12 education. Further, we need to expand our views of what the school system can achieve and focus on preschool as well.
I am a champion of students who learn differently and special education.
I grew up in Birmingham, Michigan and went to Birmingham public schools. I have five siblings who live within 10 minutes of each other.
I am happily married to Evan, a university professor at UD-Mercy. We have two children, Brooke and Charlotte, who are one and three years old. Brooke attends Fox Hills in Bloomfield Hills.
JD, Wayne Law 2012
MS, Clinical Psychology, Madonna University 2008
BA, Major Psychology, Beloit College 2006
Friends of the Johnson Nature Center, Bloomfield Township – current Board member
Building Authority Advisory Board, Clinton Township 2015-2016
Parks and Recreation Board, Troy 2013-2014
University of Michigan-Dearborn, Director of Development at the College of Business, 2022-current
Wayne State Law School, Sr. Major Gift Officer 2016-2021