Empower students to lead and succeed!

A leader for meaningful change

Integrity.  Transparency.  Compassion

For student rights and oversight, it’s time for a change…

We Made a Difference!

To my many supporters and voices for change, we may not have gotten to the finish line, but we succeeded in our mission to bring fresh perspective to the conversation about our district’s [...]

When will it be true?

“We can't keep brushing over this shit. it's not ok. If something bad happens at school, We should be able to talk about it, We should be heard and supported. We say mental health is a [...]

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It’s time for some changes…

Empower students by attending to their needs and promoting their interest!

  • Shift in culture to address students’ needs with compassion
  • Establishing policies and structure to empower students
  • Implementing life skills and meaningful restorative justice policies
  • Allocating funds responsibly
  • Connecting and collaborating with the community
  • Integrating technology

I was at a school board meeting representing an expelled student and parent when Lea Wolf approached my clients and took an interest in their case. Later in the meeting, Lea provided a statement about compassion and fixing disproportionate school discipline policy. The parent cried and drew inspiration to make her own statement about her expelled child to the school board. Since that night, I have repeatedly observed Lea’s inspiring leadership qualities. She listens to her community while empowering individuals to utilize a voice. Her focus on student well-being does not waver and her commitment to problem-solving is second to none.

I urge you to support, volunteer and vote for Lea Wolf for SDUHSD Trustee

Curtis Davis, Education Advocate

We need change in leadership…

Poor Approval Ratings

A July 2018 Survey conducted by Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates to evaluate the “State of the District” shows:

  • 45% “There is transparent communication from the District.”
  • 47% “Teachers personalize instructional strategies …”
  • 51% “The district is fiscally responsible.”
  • 53% “The district is heading in the right direction.”
  • 61% “District schools are safe.”

Carey Blakely, The Coast News Reporter

“I’m endorsing Lea Wolf for San Dieguito Union High School District (SDUHSD) Trustee (area 5).

Lea is a outspoken voice for students and their parents. Lea is one of the few voices that dares to speak out. She has the courage, the commitment, and integrity to be a student-centered trustee.  Lea has spoken out on topics ranging from student safety, security, and well-being to reducing class sizes and increasing counselors to budgetary concerns and misuse of taxpayer funds. Lea supports fiscal accountability, transparency and allocating taxpayer funds responsibly.

I urge you to support, volunteer and vote for Lea Wolf.”

John Salazar, SDUHSD Board Trustee

I’m your advocate…

Like you, I’m a parent, an educator, and a taxpayer.
I’m committed to attend to students’ needs so they succeed!

I met Lea several months ago. From the first glance I felt a strong positive energy of a bright and sharp person. She is a knowledgeable, multicultural, open minded and open heart individual, all those qualities help her to understand students and parents with diverse cultural backgrounds. Lea is an absolutely pro-student rights advocate. She has a strong character to put child well being first and has persistence to achieve it. I so much grateful to her for the support she provided to my son and my family in resolving issues with the school and the school district.   Vote 4 Lea!

Alex L. SDUHSD Parent

Join the cause!

Put students first!

I am so happy to endorse Lea Wolf. She represents SDUHSD area 5. Lea has a true passion for ALL children and their well-being! I love her honesty, compassion, and the way she collaborates with others. She insists on having full transparency and accountability among all stakeholders in the school system. Please vote for Lea Wolf!

Julie Law-Cheeseman, CAC rep. for SDUHSD, NCCSE Executive Board, SDUHSD Special Education Task Force Member.

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Together, let us empower students
to lead and succeed!

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