Former schools supe tapped for board post
Former Alameda Unified chief Ardella Dailey has been tapped to serve on the city’s Social Service Human Relations Board.
Dailey retired from the district due to “personal family necessity” on January 1 after serving it for more than two decades, including three years in its top post. She has been active in the community, having served as a member of the city’s Base Reuse Advisory Group, the citizen Restoration Advisory Board that oversees cleanup of the former Naval Air Station Alameda and the board of directors for Alameda Family Services.
She faces a vote of the city council for the board seat on Tuesday. Members of the seven-person board serve four-terms.
Dailey could not be reached for comment.