LPS Education Foundation Welcomes New Executive Director

The Foundation is pleased to welcome Laura Ulaszek as the new Executive Director. Laura was raised in Livonia where she attended Livonia Public Schools from preschool through 12th grade and graduated from Stevenson High School. She then went on to major in journalism at Michigan State University graduating with a bachelor of arts as well as a specialization in dance.

Laura and her husband, Mike, along with their three children, Andrew, Nathan and Hannah, live in Livonia. Andrew and Nathan both recently graduated from Franklin High School and Hannah attends Grant Elementary.

To the Foundation, Laura brings experience in marketing and public relations, typesetting and graphic design, fundraising and more, but mostly importantly, she brings a passion for Livonia Public Schools. Laura has been very active in the Livonia schools’ PTAs and was the PTSA President at Franklin High School from 2018-2021. She is currently on the Livonia PTSA Council which oversees the 22 local PTA and PTSA units and serves as the monthly newsletter chairperson as well as helping in many other areas. She previously taught dance through LPS Community Education and served as the coordinator of the dance program for many years before moving on to open her own dance studio in Livonia from 2006-2018. Laura is also part of the LPS Athletic Council which is comprised of the high school principals, athletic directors and a parent representative from each high school. You will also see Laura at many Franklin sporting events selling tickets. Livonia Public Schools is a big part of Laura’s life, and she is excited to be part of the Foundation team to continue making an impact on the lives of LPS students and staff.

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