RESULTS FOCUSED - DATA DRIVEN - LEADER
PREPARING ALL STUDENTS NOW FOR SUCCESS
for DCPS Board of Education District 5
Too many of our students are under-performing based on the test scores and behavior.
Many wonderful teachers and administrators have left DCPS.
Parents want more for their children.
The remaining educators want and deserve better working conditions.
I’m a proud product of Dorchester County Public Schools!
I am happily married to Rudolph Molock Jr and we have been blessed with 4 amazing children – 3 of whom graduated from NDHS and the fourth is currently attending NDHS.
Voncia’s Educational Background:
Born and raised in Dorchester County
Educated in DCPS schools
Graduated Valedictorian for North Dorchester High School in 1984
Graduated from DeVry Institute of Technology (Columbus, Ohio) in 1987 with Bachelor of Science – Electronics Engineering Technology
Graduated from Purdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana) with Master of Science - Management
Voncia’s Career Background:
Joined AT&T Bell Laboratories within two weeks of graduation
Worked for various divisions within Bell Labs/AT&T/Lucent for 18 years in the following roles:
Network Verification Engineer
IT Operations Supervisor
Currently employed by Perdue Farms Inc
Have been at Perdue corporate headquarters for the last 14 years
Served 13 years as the IT Support Services Manager responsible for managing implementation of all telecom related technology for the corporation – including VOIP, SIP, TEM technologies (and the associated multi-million dollar budget)
Since Nov 2018, serving as Senior Manager for IT Operations and Support
Which entails leading a team to implement and support new ITSM technology corporate wide as well support end users in resolving their IT needs.
In summary, I am a deeply caring Wife, Mom and Leader with the experience, skills and passion to do the work necessary to reverse the negative trends and help ALL DCPS students excel at career and life readiness!
SERIOUS DCPS ISSUES
December 18, 2019 - Dorchester Banner
"Teachers seek to end violence"
by Dave Ryan
December 20, 2019 - Dorchester Star
"Teachers describe dangerous conditions in Dorchester Schools"
by Mike Detmer
March 8, 2018 - Dorchester Star
Community voices concerns at Special Dorchester BOE meeting
by Victoria Wingate
PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS NOT PROFICIENT IN READING
January 21, 2020 - Dorchester Banner
by Cathy Beise
PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS NOT PROFICIENT IN MATH
MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - Dorchester County 2018-2019 School Report Card
It is going to take ALL of us to turn our schools around. Let's make a difference together!!
Our schools are in dire need of volunteers - tutors, mentors, reading assistants, etc. If elected, I will advocate to make sure volunteers are welcomed and fully utilized.
Our campaign is looking for committed volunteers who would be willing to: display yards signs, distribute campaign materials, host fundraising events, etc.
All volunteer efforts are truly appreciated. Let us know how you can help:
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HOST A GATHERING
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