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Sarah Blood named Business Administrator

The Schoharie Central School District Board of Education has appointed Sarah Lindall Blood of Cobleskill as business administrator, following the retirement of part-time interim business administrator Robert W. Bonaker and recommendation to the Board by Superintendent David Blanchard. She starts Aug. 14.

Blood comes to Schoharie from Berne-Knox-Westerlo Central School District, where she has served as school business manager since September 2015. She previously worked as a full-time adjunct professor at SUNY Morrisville, economic development marketing coordinator for Schoharie County Planning and Development and as agriculture committee director at the New York State Senate.

She has also worked for the New York State Department of Agriculture and SUNY Cobleskill.

Blood holds a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from SUNY Utica/Rome, a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education from SUNY Oswego and Associates in Applied Science degrees in Animal Science - Dairy and Agriculture Business from SUNY Morrisville. She completed her Master's in Education School District Business Leader certification at Pace University in Westchester.

Blood has volunteered as a Schoharie County 4-H dairy club leader, New York State Farm Bureau Young Farmer Rancher board member and state secretary, and Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council county liaison.

She also has volunteered with the SUNY Cobleskill Perkins Committee, Fulton-Montgomery-Schoharie Workforce Development Board Executive Committee and New York AgriBusiness Women Organization.

Blood grew up on a Cobleskill dairy farm that she continues work with her sister and father.

 

[6/16/17; updated 8/2017]

 

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