School Board Vice President Elizabeth Drummond
Elizabeth (Liz) Drummond has lived in Lower Providence for 18 years. She attended Springfield, Delaware County public schools, and then received her BS in Psychology from Penn State and her MBA in Marketing from University of Pittsburgh. Professionally, she is a Program Assistant at Penn State Cooperative Extension and Clearances Coordinator for Bucks and Montgomery Counties. She has extensive experience in talent acquisition, budget and credit management, project coordination, and compliance. She and her husband, Ryan, an Engineering Manager, are proud parents of two girls, a 7th grader and a 3rd grader in Methacton School District.
Liz’s engagement in the Methacton School District community is well-established. She served on three Home and School Boards last school year: President at Woodland Elementary, Co-President at Arcola Intermediate School, and Vice President of the Methacton Coordinating Council. In years past, she has served as Home & School Treasurer at both Woodland and Skyview Upper Elementary. She has chaired fundraising and social committees for the school communities, and she was a weekly library volunteer at Woodland from 2012 to 2017. Liz has also supported the school district by serving on the Focus Committee for Parent Portal evaluations.
For over five years, Liz has been actively involved in leadership with the Girl Scouts of America. She has been a volunteer with her daughters’ Troops, and since 2014 she has served as Service Unit 648’s Treasurer. Recently, she was the Service Unit Cookie Manager, a position requiring excellent organizational and accounting skills. She has also served as a volunteer tax preparer for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance.
Liz supports her children’s involvement in Girl Scouts, band, chorus, martial arts, Chess Club, Math Club, environmental club, and Women in Aerospace and Technology at West Chester Helicopter Museum.
As a Methacton School Board Director, Liz will focus on fiscal responsibility, explore full day kindergarten and work to enhance STEM education in the district, particularly at the elementary level.