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Gregory J. Dannis re-elected to the Hillsborough City School District Board of Trustees

Nov 4, 2015 | Press Releases

San Francisco, CA—DWK is pleased and excited to announce that founding member Gregory J. Dannis has been re-elected to the Hillsborough City School District Board of Trustees. Greg and his slate of fellow incumbents Margi Power and Gilbert Wai pulled together all elements of a diverse and sophisticated electorate to win their seats by a 2 to 1 margin over their opponents. Greg said, “We are honored and energized by the outpouring of support from our community. Our District is often referred to as the “jewel” of Hillsborough and we will continue to work hard on behalf of our students, staff, parents and all residents to keep it shining brightly.”

DWK managing shareholder Mark Kelley stated, “All of the shareholders and employees of the firm join in celebrating Greg’s re-election. It represents a great affirmation of his work to advance the interests of all stakeholders of that remarkable school district, and we are lucky to have Greg working with us”.

This election is for Greg’s third term on the Hillsborough Board, and will run through 2019.


Dannis Woliver Kelley is a diverse, women-owned law firm that has distinguished itself over a 35-year history as California’s leading education law firm. Representing school districts, community college districts, and county offices of education, DWK is recognized throughout California as a firm that applies creative, proactive, in-depth advice and strategies to achieve cost-effective results on behalf of its clients. The firm’s areas of practice include: Board Ethics, Transparency and Accountability (BETA); Business, Property and Finance; Construction; Charter Schools; Labor, Employment and Personnel (LEAP); Litigation; and Students and Special Education Issues.


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