20 Aug Superintendent Jara selects new Chief Communications Officer
Clark County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara announced the selection of Tod Story as CCSD’s Chief Communications Officer.
“Tod Story brings a wealth of experience in serving the public through his previous government and nonprofit roles and will continue communicating with the public in his new role as CCSD’s Chief Communications Officer,” said Superintendent Jara. “Tod will focus on ensuring clear lines of communication with parents, teachers, staff, and the community to support student success, and I am excited for him to join the District.”
As a nearly four-decade resident of southern Nevada, Story has more than 20 years of public service experience. He most recently served as Executive Director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada, building and nurturing community relationships and leading effective strategies resulting in numerous public policy achievements. As a Congressional District Director, Story worked with the public and local, state, and federal elected officials on legislation and public policy impacting southern Nevadans.
The chief communications officer will lead the continued implementation of Focus: 2024, the District’s ambitious, five-year strategic plan. As part of its parent and community support priority, Focus: 2024 seeks to improve District communications and outreach, increase strategic media partnerships to celebrate student and employee successes, and grow the media presence of the District locally and across the country.
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