Meet Pam Boronski, a Private School Parent

Meet Pam Boronski, a Private School Parent

It is so important to me to share the profile of my friend Pam Boronski. Pam is a private-school mom who absolutely gets why a quality public education system is so good for all our kids, and for our property values and community strength. I am honored to have her support for my LISD race. ~ K.T.

Pam Boronski is a well-respected Ebby Halliday Realtor®, and 15-year resident of Castle Hills. As Ebby’s #1 companywide producer in 2013 and 2014, Pam has earned a stellar reputation for her market knowledge, commitment to personal client service, and her excellent negotiating skills that yield the best possible results for every client.

Pam’s other devoted interest is community service. She has served on the Castle Hills Realtor Advisory Board for many years, and on the Education Foundation as a liaison for Castle Hills Elementary School. Pam also serves the ministries at Bent Tree Bible, having shared her passion and selfless leadership on several mission trips with her son, Chad. She remains a true inspiration to all those she embraces in her life.

Pam also leads an annual community shoe drive to support Shoes for Orphan Souls®, the largest humanitarian aid project of Buckner International, which provides new shoes and socks to orphans and vulnerable children in the United States and throughout the world.

“Kronda is a strong and ambitious community leader, passionate about creating a better future for our kids. She is confident and capable, well equipped, well supported and trusted. Kronda has already made a huge difference at Hebron High School, and will no doubt continue to demonstrate strong commitment and leadership for LISD and all the families that it supports!”

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