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Meet Rob Wagner

For Rob Wagner, it's always been about education. Growing up in a family of teachers, Rob knows that education is how we build a future that's worthy of all of our kids.

Rob grew up in Lake Oswego, attending Uplands Elementary, LOJHS, and Lake Oswego High School. Today, he's raising four kids in Lake Oswego's public schools. He's a school volunter and a community leader.

Rob's never been afraid to step up and get to work -- serving on the Program Committee for Lake Oswego School District and the School Advisory Committee for Forest Hills Elementary. He helped lead the campaign for the 2004 local option levy for LO schools and served on the board of the LO Schools Foundation.

Professionally, Rob is an Associate Vice President at PCC, where he oversees community outreach and the PCC Foundation. He was appointed by Governor Ted Kulongoski to serve on the state board for the Oregon Commission for Voluntary Action and Service -- the agency that oversees the AmeriCorps program.

Rob and his wife Laurie live in the Forest Highlands neighborhood off Knaus Road. Zack, Mia, and Carlo attend LOJHS and Alex attends Forest Hills Elementary.