Lori Alhadeff


Make Our Schools Safe

PERSONAL: Raised and lived in New Jersey for over thirty-eight years. Lori is a former Health and Physical Education teacher, K-12th grade. She was a stay-at-home mom for fourteen years with three children. Her daughter, Alyssa, was tragically killed at Stoneman Douglas High School on 2-14-18. She has been married to Dr. Ilan Alhadeff for twenty-two years and is a community & safety advocate.EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education and a Master of Arts in Education from Gratz College.PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS: State of New Jersey certification in Health and Physical Education and State of New York certification in Health and Physical Education.PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND: Employed four years at Union Township School in Hampton, New Jersey. Where she coached volleyball, cheerleading and softball. Employed one year at Windward School as a Health and Physical Education teacher for children with dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities. She also coached cheerleading.Elected to The School Board of Broward County, Florida in 2018 to serve as District 4 Board Member.COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: Fundraising volunteer for the Parkland Soccer Club.President of a 501(c)(3), a national non-profit organization Make Our Schools Safe dedicated to protecting students and teachers at school. MakeOurSchoolsSafe.org