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Mrs. Gardner has lived in Escondido since 1983 and has served on EUSD’s Board of Education continuously since first being elected in 1998.
She is a retired small business owner and the mother of five sons.
Dr. Joe Muga
Dr. Muga is a clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree from Oklahoma State University. He also earned a master’s degree in public administration from San Diego State University. He is a former college and graduate school instructor. Dr. Muga has worked in the criminal justice system for more than 20 years as a clinical psychologist with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and as a deputy commissioner with the Board of Parole Hearings. His wife, Terri Price, is an EUSD teacher, and their daughter attended EUSD schools.
A lifelong resident of Escondido, Mr. Paulson has worked for more than 20 years as a high school math, science, and English teacher in Escondido. A former deputy sheriff, National Park Service ranger, and Peace Corps volunteer, Mr. Paulson spends his time working on social justice issues and improving the lives of families in poverty. He met his wife, Adriana, in Uruguay. They have four children in college, all of them alumni of Escondido public schools.
Georgine has spent the past 40 years working in public education. She taught high school history in New Jersey. Georgine moved to Escondido in 2002. Currently, she works for the California Teachers Association and represents various teacher groups in North County. She spends her spare time working with local organizations to improve the quality of life for Escondido residents.
Frank, an officer with the Escondido Police Department, has lived and worked in Escondido for nearly 30 years. Through his work with the Police Department, Frank has developed presentations for local elementary schools that foster positive interactions with law enforcement and promote safety. For the past five years, he has volunteered as a youth basketball coach for the Police Athletic League and City of Escondido Recreation. Four of his children have attended EUSD schools.