Jacqueline Monterroso is the first Latina/Hispanic to serve on the Revere School Committee and first female Latina/Hispanic to ever hold elected office in Revere. Jacqueline is a former public school elementary teacher, with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and Political Science and a minor in French from the University of Florida and a Master’s Degree in Education and Social Change from the University of Miami, currently working at the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. During her free time, Jacqueline serves on various education nonprofit boards and as a mentor and tutor to K-12 students.
Jacqueline believes the students, educators, and families of Revere deserve a committee member with current teaching experience, with experienced knowledge and leadership in education policy at a state and national level, and with a commitment to celebrate the diverse identities, perspectives, and strengths in our schools; all attributes she brings to the table. Committed to her oath of service, Jacqueline is excited to humbly serve the City of Revere.
I am a lifelong resident of the City of Revere. I attended Revere Public Schools and a proud graduate of Revere High School. I graduated from Bentley University with a degree in Management.
After many years working in retail management, I took a position with the Revere Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union and have been the Manager/Treasurer for the past 13 years. Having worked at the Credit Union for the past 21 years has afforded me the great privilege of working with many City employees including City Hall, Police, Housing Authority and School staff.
I have enjoyed being involved with Revere High School sports for over 18 years assisting with football, basketball and hockey.
I have two children. My daughter, Jennifer, is a Revere school teacher and my son, Jeffrey, is a Revere police officer. I am proud they are serving the community where they grew up.
Stacey is serving her 7th term on the Revere School Committee. She is passionate about being responsive to her constituencies in governance, sensitive to the diverse needs of all learners, an advocate for students and learning before the people of the community and a vigorous ambassador for public education! Stacey is currently Chair of the Policy Committee, member of the Health/Special Ed & the Safety/Security sub-committees along with liaison for RPS Health & Wellness, SEPAC, Board Member at Shore Educational Collaborative and Massachusetts Association of School Committee President-Elect.
Stacey is proud to be strong minded, determined and a free thinker! More importantly her proudest accomplishment is her marriage to John Rizzo for 37yrs, along with their sons & daughter in laws, Jonathan, Jilleen, Adam, Rose, Nicholas, Alexa and their precious grandchildren, Sylvia, Adeline, Parker, Ezra & Cora!
For a combined 16+ years, Aisha worked at the Board of Bar Overseers and then as an investigator for the Office of Bar Counsel, while obtaining degrees from both the University of Massachusetts and the New England School of Law. In 2015, she began working at DeMoura|Smith, LLP, where she effectively represents clients before the Massachusetts Superior, State Appeals Courts, Federal Courts and Administrative bodies. She has handled various multi-party civil litigation matters, including premises liability, negligence, personal injury and wrongful death, contract disputes, consumer law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, higher education law and she also conducts independent workplace investigations.
Aisha is currently a member of the Board of Directors at FPCU and has served on the Governing Board at the Paul Revere Innovation School, where her children attend school.