Natha Anderson for State Assembly District 30
“I’m running because I want to help make our schools stronger – that’s my background and expertise. I know there are many other issues facing our community, from healthcare to housing, and from economic to environmental. I look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas on the issues important to you and your family”
~ Natha Anderson
I’m a second-generation Nevadan and a fourth-generation teacher. After earning degrees in English and Education from the University of Nevada, I began my teaching career at Reed High School (my alma mater!). I moved on to teach at Vaughn Middle School and then was part of opening North Valleys High School.
I am an advocate for teachers and schools. I currently serve as the president of the Washoe Education Association (commonly referred to as the “teachers union”). I have previously served as a director of the National Education Association and board member of the Nevada State Education Association. I also serve on the Board of Directors for Truckee Meadows Tomorrow and WCSD Education Alliance.
I’ve advocated for public education for two decades. At the state legislature I’ve pushed for more funding for schools and all educators (not just teachers). I was a strong advocate for WC-1 in 2016 (the ballot measure to build and repair schools). I’m ready to take my advocacy to the next level, and I’m asking for your support: I am running for state Assembly District 30.