Shondrell Perrilloux runs for School Board District 11

Published 8:30 am Wednesday, August 24, 2022

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#77 – “Voice for Change With Results”


Shondrell Perrilloux, candidate for the District 11 seat on the St. John the Baptist Parish School Board, bases her campaign around the following mission statement: “To apply my unique skills and abilities to balance budget, allocate funding to appropriate departments. Raise the educational standards of our students by providing the necessary resources to educators to improve grading status. Reduce wasteful spending by monitoring the spending and income of the system. Introduce programs to assist at-risk students and underprivileged students with the resources needed to guide towards becoming productive citizens of society. To work closely with fellow school board members, the staff, parents, students, and the community.”

Perrilloux has over 25 years in accounting and business administration, more than 20 years of “pro se” experience in the legal field, and more than 30 years in ministry, where she became a licensed and ordained prophetess through the School of Divinity. She is registered and accredited with the Louisiana Board Of Regents and has served as a licensed commercial and residential builder for more than 15 years. Perrilloux has a master’s in business administration and a master’s of science in accounting, in addition to a doctorate of divinity in Biblical studies. She is the founder of Word of God Ministries Int’l and the president of the St. John the Baptist National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). She is also on the Executive Committee of the St. John Republican Party, a member of the National Homebuilder’s Association, and an associate member of the Professional Republican Women of Metro New Orleans, Federation of the Republican Party and of St. Charles Parish Republican Women.

Perrilloux has been honored with the following awards: U.S. Chamber awards, U.S. Navy Award, recognition for outstanding commitment to the 40th Judicial Drug Court, honor student in the top 10 of her class, and head of academics in the Business Administration Department.

Accomplishments: Advocating for the disadvantaged communities, responsible for causing St. John the Baptist Parish Government to update its outdated Home Rule Charter, won “pro se” injunction against St. John the Baptist Parish Public School Board to follow its own policies and procedures, re-entry and job placement programs, life skills and financial literacy training, Civil Rights activist, community organizer, motivational and inspirational speaker.

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