District 1: Diane Porter
Diane Porter is a graduate of the Louisville Public School System and the University of Louisville (UofL). Her professional public education experience is vast, having served for nearly 40 years as a teacher, guidance counselor, assistant principal, principal, and central office administrator.
District 2: Dr. Chris Kolb
Dr. Chris Kolb is a proud graduate of Atherton High School (’94), a JCPS parent, an experienced educator, and a community leader with a track record of advocacy for children. He earned a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 2009. As a professor of anthropology and urban studies at Spalding University in downtown Louisville, he teaches and mentors hundreds of JCPS graduates.
District 3: James Craig
James Craig was elected to the Jefferson County Board of Education in November 2018. He is the father of two JCPS students and previously served two terms on their School-Based Decision Making (SBDM) Council.
In his private life, James is a trial lawyer and part owner of Craig Henry PLC, a law firm dedicated to the practice of consumer and employment law on behalf of Louisville residents.
District 4: Joe Marshall
Joseph Marshall attended public school throughout his entire elementary, middle, and high school education and then graduated from the University of Louisville (UofL) in 2007. During his time at UofL, he met his wife, LeTicia, while completing his bachelor of arts degree in English. Joe completed the JCPS ACES Program before teaching at Wheatley Elementary for four years. Joe is currently furthering his learning as a classroom teacher at the West End Boys School while also being the father to a lively 3-year-old, Corrina.
District 5: Linda Duncan
A graduate of the University of Kentucky (UK) and UofL, Linda Duncan taught English and social studies in JCPS secondary schools, and she served as assistant principal at Fairdale High School.
District 6: Corrie Shull
Corrie Shull is a lifelong champion of public education, and his record of community service underscores his advocacy for a strong, diverse, progressive JCPS system.
District 7: Sarah McIntosh
Sarah Cole McIntosh is a parent of two Jefferson County Public Schools students who spent most of her own life in JCPS,