Always give your best and try to figure out how to do an even better job. - Ben Carson.
My name is Susan W. Beauchamp and I am a candidate for the Wicomico County Board of Education, District 3.
I moved to Maryland with my parents in 1970. We settled in the small town of Berlin in Worcester County, where I attended Worcester Preparatory School and graduated in 1983. It was here that I learned how important educators and education is in each persons life. I attended the University of Delaware and was a double major in accounting and finance . After graduating in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, I moved to Salisbury. I married my high school sweetheart, Barry Beauchamp, and we raised two beautiful daughters.
My love for education has never diminished. In 1992 I earned my Masters in Business Administration from Salisbury University and in 1994 I earned a Bachelors of Arts in Theology from CLST. I believe that education paves the way for success in life. Education in academic studies or any trade. We all have different paths in life, but education is necessary for success no matter the path.
I have been a practicing accountant since 1987 and have been very fortunate to work with established businesses and business owners in Salisbury, such as George, Miles & Buhr, Apple Discount Drug, PKS and UHY, LLP (previously TGM Group). I owned my own bookkeeping company for 7 years and continue to practice accounting today in our own family businesses.
My love for education led me back to WPS where I worked in Development for seven years (2001-2004) and (2008-2012) and as Assistant to the Director of College Counseling for two years. In addition, I taught accounting as a part time instructor at
Wor-Wic Community College.
In addition to raising a family, I have enjoyed serving the community in several ways. I was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary for the Salisbury Volunteer Fire Department, Station 1. I served as a member of the AGH Foundation and am currently on the Alumni Association at WPS.
Wicomico County is my home and I carry a burden for the future of this county, the families who reside here and the teachers who care for and lead our children. Most of all, I am concerned for the children of Wicomico County and believe change is needed for them, because they are our future.
Please, join me in the fight....
Authority: Citizens for Susan W. Beauchamp. Rebecca L. Tittermary, Treasurer.