Piedmont Education Foundation Welcomes New Board Members
Piedmont Education Foundation (PEF) welcomes nine new board members including Clarence Mamuyac, President of ELS. All incoming board members have spent years volunteering and fundraising. Clarence is a board member and past president of the Piedmont Recreational Facilities Organization, and serves as a volunteer resource to the City of Piedmont, the Piedmont Unified School District, and several youth sports organizations for capital projects. He and his wife, Karen, moved to Piedmont in 1991, and both of their children graduated from Piedmont High School.
Piedmont Education Foundation is a community-based, registered 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to promote academic excellence, champion innovation, and provide sustained financial support to the Piedmont Unified School District. PEF raises more than $2.5 million annually for the K-12 Piedmont public schools, and is the steward for an Endowment valued at approximately $6 million. Responsible for providing nearly 8% of the District budget, the board actively engages the community on behalf of the Piedmont schools.