A true citizen-politician, Eve Bolton will bring tremendous experience in both local and county government, neighborhood revitalization, and public education. Eve is known among many citizens in
Eve got her start in politics as a precinct executive in College Hill. While a resident of
A lifelong resident of the
Inspired by her own teachers throughout the Cincinnati Public Schools, Eve obtained her Ohio Teaching Certificate upon graduating. She recognized the impact that good schools can have not just on the development of young people, but also on the life of a neighborhood. Now a 32-year veteran high school teacher in the Wyoming City Schools, Eve has devoted her adult life to educating and mentoring teenagers. In 2005, her Advanced Government students were rated number one in the world among all schools of a similar size.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Eve has served as Chair of the Social Studies Department and a member of the Superintendent and Building Advisory Committees. She has helped the district win numerous school levy campaigns, and served for 20 years as president of the city teacher's union. For most of her time as a teacher, she has also directed the high school theatre arts program.
In the early 90s, Eve moved back to the College Hill neighborhood where she grew up in order to be closer to her elderly mother. She is proud to call her backyard "Club Med" for the local deer population. A hopeless Cincinnati Reds’ fan, Eve can often be found at the ballpark rooting for her beloved team during weekday home games.
Biography courtesy of www.evebolton.com