Three new school board members were sworn into office at the Jan. 12 Noblesville Schools Board of Trustees meeting.
The new members are Laura Alerding, Christi Crosser and Stephanie Lambert. All three were elected to the school board in November and began their term in January.
Alerding is the owner of a promotional products business, Creative Promotions at Work. She has a degree from Ivy Tech and has volunteered with several local organizations including Nickel Plate Arts, Hamilton County 4-H, Riverview Hospital Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center.
Crosser and husband Craig own Nova 29, a property management company in downtown Noblesville. Crosser attended Indiana University and has held leadership positions in the community with multiple organizations including Noblesville Chamber of Commerce, Riverview Health Foundation, Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County, Prevail and the Crosser Family Foundation. She has also served with the Noblesville Redevelopment Commission, Noblesville Equity Advancement Team, Hamilton County Community Foundation Opportunity/Equity/Inclusion Committee and the Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville.
Lambert is a former forensic DNA analyst with the Indiana State Police and former substitute teacher for Noblesville Schools. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Indiana University Bloomington and a master’s degree in forensic science from the University of Alabama Birmingham. She has served as a tutor with Noblesville Youth Assistance, treasurer of the Noble Crossing Elementary PTO, representative on the Noblesville Schools Elementary Digital Learning committee, and board member of the Noblesville Marching Millers Band Boosters.
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