Courtney Rau Rogers has been a member of the League of Women Voters since 2009 and is president of the LWV Norwood. Her local League has sponsored forums on the Community Preservation Act, Ranked Choice Voting, and local energy resources. They have also partnered with the Yes For Norwood Schools political action committee advocating for an operational override for the schools. On the state level, Courtney is a member of LWVMA’s 100th Anniversary and DEI Steering Committees, and was the primary author of the Suffrage Movement “Then and Now” Civics Education Toolkit. She is currently the Assistant Principal for Student Services at Bigelow Middle School in Newton, MA, where she coordinates special education and counseling services. Courtney earned an M.A. degree from Boston College in Special Education and a second M.A. from Endicott College in Educational Leadership. In addition to her work in public schools, Courtney was a member of the Norwood School Committee from 2008-2016, serving as Chairperson twice.