Lunch With A Leader: Dr. Kurt Steinhaus April 17

Dr. Kurt Steinhaus
LWV News:
This month’s Lunch with a Leader, a community event put on by the League of Women Voters, will feature Superintendent Dr. Kurt Steinhaus of Los Alamos Public Schools. The lunch is at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, April 17 at Mesa Public Library.
Steinhaus will discuss school funding and the effect it has on Los Alamos in particular.
Steinhaus was born in Los Alamos and has dedicated his career to education. His Bachelor’s degree is in music education. He has two Masters Degrees, a Master of Arts in Music and a more recent Master of Science in Educational Technology from the University of Oregon. His Doctorate, from the University of New Mexico, is in Educational Leadership and Organizational Learning.
His prior appointment was at Los Alamos National Laboratory where he served as director of student programs, education, workforce development, scholarships, and community giving. Dr. Steinhaus also has served as deputy secretary of Education and Education Policy Advisory for the governor of New Mexico. Steinhaus is a lifetime member of Leadership New Mexico.
He and his wife Jo Beth have two children. Valerie is a software engineer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Their son Kent is a hydrology engineer in Colorado, and his wife Katy is an Electrical Engineer.


Following the talk, League members will stay for their annual meeting where various decisions on positions will be made and dues for next year will be collected. Non members are welcome to join the League as members and participate in the annual meeting or simply come for the Lunch with a Leader. Members, remember to bring the last newsletter received in hard copy in the mail, to pay dues and know what is changing in League positions. 

Call Karyl Ann Armbruster at 505.231.8286 or email her at to get the Co+op lunch menu. All lunches are just $10 and quite delicious. Place order by Saturday, April 14. Of course ordering lunch is optional.
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