Saudia LaMont (she/her) is a mentor, organizer, advocate, facilitator, trainer, racial equity consultant, and author. She’s a mother of two awesome humans who enjoys networking with community partners, identifying resources, and reinforcing connections to help create a stronger sense of community. She is a former Rights and Democracy-endorsed School Board Candidate and a 2021 Bright Leadership Institute Graduate. Saudia currently sits on the Board of Directors at Lamoille County Mental Health and is a member of their Children Youth and Family Services standing committee. She is a Democratic candidate in training with Emerge Vermont, to support her role as an advocate for her community.
Dedicated to family, youth, and community, self-motivated, energetic with a great level of integrity, Saudia leads with love, always learning and growing along the way. Her personal mission in life is to help, uplift, support, and inspire anyone she may encounter beginning with herself and her children. She wants her life’s work to be loving, inspiring, compassionate, encouraging, open, positive, supportive, memorable, comforting, sustainable, and life-changing. Saudia was born and raised in Bronx, New York, and moved to Morrisville, Vermont in 1995.
“I am committed to dismantling systems that are unbalanced and harmful as an active racial, social, and educational justice advocate for youth, families, and community.” ~ Saudia LaMont
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