Bridget Ziegler Elected President Of The Florida Coalition Of School Board Members






Bridget Ziegler Elected President Of The Florida Coalition Of School Board Members


Organization Seeks To Continue Record Of Success Advancing Student First Education Reform



Tallahassee - Sarasota County School Board member Bridget Ziegler has been elected President of the Florida Coalition of School Board Member (FCSBM), a statewide organization of school board members focused on the interests of students, parents, and taxpayers by advancing common sense student-first policies and school finance reform to eliminate wasteful spending and misuse of taxpayer dollars.


“I’m honored to serve as President of this incredible organization. Year after year, The Florida Coalition of School Board Members has increased its influence by welcoming additional members from each corner of the state and serving as a vital organization in the process of drafting, passing and implementing student-first education policy in Florida,” said Ziegler. “I look forward to working alongside each FCSBM member, federal, state & local elected officials, fellow ed reformers, parents and students to ensure that every child in Florida, regardless of their household income or zip code, has access to the high quality education options, while also being good stewards of every tax dollar spent. The FCSBM has quickly become an influential champion in that fight and I look forward to building upon the organization’s record of success.”


In addition to her private sector and elected experience, Bridget is a founding member of the FCSBM and previously served as both Vice Chairman and Secretary.


“Bridget Ziegler    understands our history and has a clear vision for where we are headed. FCSBM is in good hands.” outgoing President, Shawn Frost


She may be reached by phone at: 813-215-1128 or by email at:


Florida Coalition of School Board Members is a nonprofit 501c3 organization providing professional development and advocacy for School Board Members learn more