Amy Lloyd, Board President
Amy Lloyd is serving her first term as a Worthington Schools Board member. Her term concludes December 31, 2023.
Amy graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science from Kent State University. She is a 1996 graduate of Worthington Kilbourne High School.
Amy is self-employed and provides residential design services.
She ran for the school board in 2019 because she wanted to continue her involvement and passion for Worthington Schools and the community as a member of the Board of Education. Other school district leadership includes serving as co-chair of the Worthington Schools Community-led Task Force in 2016-2017 and a member of the feeder pattern committee in 2019, she also participated in elementary and high school educational specifications planning, is a founding member of the Worthington Dyslexia Educational Partnership, has served on the Worthington Schools Wellness Committee, served on the City of Worthington Architectural Review Board in an appointed position for 12 years, served as Worthington PTAC President for 2018-2019, served as PTA Vice President and President for Worthington Estates Elementary for 2016-2018 and is a Girl Scout Troop leader. Amy has spent nearly 20 years of her professional career engaged in the design and construction industry. She spent nearly five years working for the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission, which is the state commission that oversees the planning, development, and construction for K-12 public schools in Ohio.
Amy and her husband, Josh, have three children attending Worthington Schools (9th, 7th and 1st). Amy’s parents still reside in the Worthington School District.
Liaison to City of Worthington, Swim Inc. & PTAC
Committee Assignments: Facilities, SPAC, Employee Health Care
Charlie Wilson, Board Vice President
Charlie Wilson began his work on the Worthington Schools Board of Education in 2007. His current term runs through 2023.
He holds a Juris Doctorate degree from New York University and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kansas. He currently works as an Emeritus Law Professor.
Charlie was motivated to run for the position of School Board member to help provide the necessary resources so each student has the opportunity to realize his/her full potential.
Charlie and his wife Melonie have two adult sons and three grandchildren.
Liaison to Village of Riverlea, Ohio School Bards Assocation & PTAC
Committee Assignments: Academic Achievement, Facilities, Treasurer Advisory
Jennifer Best has been a member of the Board of Education since 2001. Her current term runs through 2026.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from The Ohio State University. She currently works as an Accountant.
Best decided to run for the school board over twenty years ago, after volunteering in her children’s schools and serving as a PTA Officer. She was encouraged by community members to seek the board seat. She wanted to be supportive of the district while making sure the community and staff were involved in decision-making.
Jennifer and her husband, Bill, have two grown children. Both graduated from Worthington Kilbourne High School. Daughter Jackie, her husband and their child live in the Worthington School District. Son Brandon, his wife and their daughter live in the Philadelphia area. Jennifer has four nieces and nephews who graduated from Thomas Worthington High School.
Jennifer grew up in Worthington and is happy to be a part of the community. She enjoys being a part of the Board of Education and a great school district. She is especially excited to see students in the newly renovated Perry Middle School as she was a student there the year it opened!
Liaison to Sharon Township, Worthington Public Libraries & PTAC
Committee Assignments: Communication, SPAC, Treasurer Advisory
Kelli Davis begins her term as a Board member in January 2022. Her term runs through 2026.
Kelli holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from The Ohio State University.
Davis’ interest in building bridges between students, teachers, staff and community members is, in part, the reason she chose to run for the Board. She also believes in a student-centered approach to district leadership, which starts with productive, honest, open communication and a commitment to building on common ground when making decisions.
Kelli understands the importance of building a kind, respectful, and safe environment where all students and families are empowered to use their voices to share diverse perspectives on exciting opportunities and tough decisions. As a school board member, Kelli wants to play an active role in fostering that collaborative environment by connecting meaningfully with others, listening to all points of view, and openly sharing information. She plans to bring a unique, productive, and positive approach to helping a district continue to evolve, grow, and improve in a way that empowers all students to thrive.
Kelli and her husband have two children, a graduate of Worthington Schools and a current student.
Liaison to Perry Township, Worthington Educational Foundation & PTAC
Committee Assignments: Board Policy, Academic Achievement, Finance
Nikki holds a Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature from Miami University. She currently works as an attorney and is Vice President of Intellectual Property for Bath & Body Works.
Before serving on the Board, Nikki was Co-Chair of the District's Master Facilities Task Force. She decided to run for the school board because she is passionate about advocating for students and elevating conversations about issues that impact them. Nikki believes we need effective leadership at all levels of education. And, she states that just as we raise our children to be the change, we must lead by example.
Nikki and her husband, David, have two daughters that attend Worthington Schools. The Hudsons have resided in Worthington since 2012.
Liaison to City of Columbus & PTAC
Committee Assignments: Board Policy, Communication, Finance,
Employee Health Care (alternate)