Superintendent Wendy Gudalewicz and several Board members have been linked to Vallco Development in Cupertino. This document here explains Cupertino education leaders’ web of connections both locally and as far away as Abu Dhabi with big developers who are trying to influence our elections. Conflicts of interest at every turn including CUSD Board member, Anjali Kauser, who is also CEO of Cupertino Chamber of Commerce and a strong supporter of Vallco and Measure D.
Below are some extracts from the document. Note in the bottom image that CUSD Board member Anjali Kausar uses a different title to conceal her conflict of interest. Do we want our elected board members to sell our schools and community interests to the highest bidder?
This story was first published on the Better Cupertino blogsite at Cupertino Education Connections.