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Dr. Andrea Anderson
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6th District Representative
Phone: 931-703-9032

Dr. Andrea Anderson
6th District Representative

Dr. Andrea Anderson has served as the 6th district representative to the Board of Education since July 2010, when she was appointed to the seat and then elected in August of that same year. Dr. Anderson is at Level II of the Tennessee School Board Association boardsmanship program.

 

She is a native of Bedford County, having graduated from Shelbyville Central High School in 1988 magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Auburn University in 1992 and magna cum laude with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Auburn University in 1995. Andrea practiced small animal medicine and surgery in Las Vegas, Nevada, before returning home to Shelbyville in 1997 to join her stepfather, Dr. Stephen Stimpson, at Shelbyville Animal Hospital where she currently practices small animal medicine.

 

Andrea is married to fellow Bedford County native William B. (Bill) Anderson. They have one daughter, Julia, who is a second grader at Thomas Magnet School.

 

Andrea is a member of Cannon United Methodist Church and her faith, family and community are most important in her life.

 

Dr. Anderson enjoys serving her community as a member of the school board. She takes her responsibility very seriously and will strive to make decisions based upon beliefs, conscience, and based upon what is in the best interests of our children and community.   Andrea feels it is important that all the children of Bedford County be given the best education we can provide to help them become productive citizens of the United States and successful in whatever they decide to pursue. She adds it is also important that all children be treated fairly and equally.

 

Dr. Andrea Anderson – “I believe as a citizen of the United States, it is our duty and right to be able to serve and give back to the communities that help shape us into the citizens we are today. I gratefully and humbly serve Bedford County as your District 6 school board member.”


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