Vote YES on Issue 1!
I envision a forward-thinking Gahanna that (1) preserves its existing resources, (2) collaborates with city partners to leverage its finite assets and (3) unifies ALL of its citizens under a unique brand that attracts new businesses and visitors for sustained, long-term growth.
"Gahanna Is About Community!"
Upon Browne's retirement from the military, he embarked on a whole, new career path as a high school and middle school administrator. Currently, he works for Dominion Middle School where he's served as Assistant Principal for the past 6 years. DMS has outperformed the rest of the district, especially in reading literacy and attendance. Browne attributes that success to "the cohesion between the building’s leadership team, which includes its stalwart teachers." Browne says that he plans to spend the next few months meeting with other community leaders to more closely zero in on Gahanna’s most pressing needs. See more.
"[Competing] is different than working hard. Working hard is something that a lot of people do. Billions of people around the world ... billions of people work hard in whatever job they do. But not everybody is wired to compete."
Kara Lawson, Head Coach Duke Women's Basketball
"For the past 3 years, Gahanna has worked hard. Now, it's time for Gahanna to compete."