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AISD Trustee Yasmin Wagner’s Two Bosses
District 7 trustee did Board work on city time, says city auditor
News Story  October 19, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Who would be an Austin ISD trustee? District 7 Trustee Yasmin Wagner has been dinged on her day job in the city's communications and public information office for doing work related to her AISD responsibilities on city time. The audit, filed last week, says Wagner visited the AISD Board's website and used her district social media account during office hours, received two district-related emails to her work account, and used a city printer 30 times for district documents..."

Wagner Joins Austin ISD Board
Failed 2014 candidate takes position by appointment
DAILY News  September 29, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...In a near-unanimous vote, Austin ISD trustees appointed Yasmin Wagner to serve as District 7 trustee for the next 14 months...."

Sump vs. Wagner for AISD Board
Vacant D7 seat will be filled for 14 months
News Story  September 17, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...8 to file if they were interested in being an interim appointee until voters pick a new trustee in 2016. When the filing closed, only two names were in contention: city employee Yasmin Wagner, and state accountant Dale Sump (a third candidate initially filed paperwork, but then withdrew; the district will not be releasing that person's name)...."

AISD Mulls D7's Empty Seat
Pressure group urges board to select former D7 candidate Yasmin Wagner
News Story  August 20, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...However, on Aug. 15, before the board set the timeline for setting a timeline, controversial pressure group Austin Kids First sent an email to its supporters, asking them to support Yasmin Wagner, who lost to Schneider in last November's election, 48% to 52%, in spite of a $40,000 investment in her campaign by AKF...."

Two Candidates for AISD Empty Seat
Sump, Wagner in contention after third candidate withdraws
DAILY News  September 10, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...As applications closed to fill the empty Austin ISD District 7 seat, trustees will have to pick between two contenders: Yasmin Wagner, who came second in the election for the seat last year, and Jonathan Dale Sump...."

Re-Forming AI$D
What's behind the national involvment in local school board races?
News Story  November 26, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...But this time around was a little different. Education advocacy group Austin Kids First doubled down on his opponent, Yasmin Wagner, dropping roughly $40,000 in contributions and in-kind expenditures into her challenge..."

AISD Race: A Voice for Southwest Austin
Schneider faces two challengers as he seeks a fourth term
News Story  July 24, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...A former teacher in Washington state, now a Realtor, Theresa Bastian describes herself as "super passionate about public education." Meanwhile, Yasmin Wagner, a creative director at computing firm AMD, said, "I want to see a change in our schools, and as a resident of Southwest Austin, I feel that we've gone too long without a change."..."

AISD's "Concerned Parents" Rail Against LGBTQ Inclusivity
Religious extremists against comprehensive sex ed and Welcoming Schools program
News Story  August 17, 2017, by Sarah Marloff
"...And unlike the current program, All Are Welcome will also be available for middle and high school faculty. "We're committed to creating an inclusive environment where all students are welcomed, embraced, and supported – no matter their backgrounds," said Yasmin Wagner, the trustee from District 7..."

AISD Sends Signals on Future Budget Cuts
School closures and the redrawing of school boundaries eyed as potential ways to address $29 million deficit
News Story  November 15, 2018, by Austin Sanders
"..."Everything we're talking about is a sacred cow," he said. "The recommendations won't be painful, but what the district does with them will be." But board Vice President and District 7 Trustee Yasmin Wagner offered encouragement to the tri-chairs as the board concluded their discussion at Monday night's work session..."

AISD Board: Next up for Saldaña’s Vacant Seat
Appointee imminent, the ballot for next year's election is already overflowed
News Story  April 27, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...There is recent precedent for appointing rather than electing an interim successor. In 2015, the board appointed Yasmin Wagner to finish the unexpired term of the late Robert Schneider..."

AISD: Outside Money, Mixed Results
News Story  November 6, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...DISTRICT 7 Robert Schneider: 9,925 (52.0%) Yasmin Wagner: 9,157 (48.0%)..."

How Much for a Trustee Seat?
Local and outside money moving into AISD races
News Story  October 30, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Yasmin Wagner: $9,725 raised, $7,427 on hand..."

Chronicle Endorsements: Austin ISD and Austin Community College Boards
School’s in session
News Story  October 18, 2018, by The Chronicle Editorial Board
"...Unopposed. District 7: Yasmin Wagner..."

Austin ISD Board Considering Policy Change for Facility Use
Anti-LGBTQ church's use of Performing Arts Center sparks protest, trustees' concerns
News Story  September 6, 2018, by Austin Sanders
"...Trustees Ann Teich and Jayme Mathias confirmed late last week that the board's attorney was looking into ways in which the PAC policy could be clarified. Although the five trustees who questioned Celebration's rental agreement (Teich, Mathias, Ted Gordon, Cindy Anderson, and board VP Yasmin Wagner) cited confusion over the policy as motivation for exploring action at a board operations meeting in September, the church's anti-LGBTQ views appear to have played a role in the decision for at least two trustees...."

Election Notes: Ward Politics
Troxclair gets her man
News Story  July 26, 2018, by Mary Tuma, Nina Hernandez, Chase Hoffberger and Austin Sanders
"...District 7 incumbent and Board Vice President Yasmin Wagner also filed Monday. Neither candidate has any challengers at this point. – A.S...."

The School Board Shuffle
Geronimo Rodriguez named AISD Board prez after Kendall Pace resigns
News Story  May 24, 2018, by Austin Sanders
"...Twelve hours after Kendall Pace resigned from the Austin Independent School Dis­trict's Board of Trustees, her former colleagues voted to appoint District 6 Trustee Geronimo Rodriguez as the new board president. D7 Trustee Yasmin Wagner was appointed to the vice president position Rodriguez vacated..."

AISD: Propositions for a Full Board
Trustees mull bond package after Geronimo Rodriguez tabbed to succeed Paul Saldaña in District 6
News Story  June 15, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Rodriguez's supporters spent the weekend sending letters and signing petitions, and ultimately, the board sided with Rodriguez in a unanimous vote of support. (Though the vote may not have represented the full opinions of trustees: District 7 Trustee Yasmin Wagner made sure to praise each candidate, and District 3's Ann Teich encouraged both Delgado and Shield to run again when the seat comes up for election next November.)..."

AISD: The More Things Change
Welcoming in the new class of AISD board members
News Story  December 1, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...AISD's board of trustees swore in its newly elected and re-elected members Monday. Amber Elenz (District 5), Jayme Mathias (District 2), Ann Teich (District 3), and Yasmin Wagner (District 7) return, with newly elected At-Large Place 8 trustee Cindy Anderson joining the fold..."

AISD: Serious Apologies in Order
AISD fills up five seats
News Story  November 10, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...Five of the district's nine seats were on the ballot, and three featured unchallenged incumbents: Ann Teich in District 3, Amber Elenz in D5, and Yasmin Wagner in D7. District 2 incumbent Jayme Mathi­as drew a challenger in Adolphus "Andy" Anderson, and former Austin Council of PTAs Vice President Cindy Anderson (no relation) ran against attorney David Ryan Quintanilla to replace outgoing At-Large Place 8 trustee Gina Hino­josa, now headed to the state Legislature..."

Chronicle Endorsements: Austin Independent School District Board of Trustees
At stake: Place 2, At-Large 8
News Story  October 20, 2016
"...Attorney David Quintanilla understands children's issues, but has little hands-on experience with the district. Former Austin Council of PTAs vice president Cindy Ander­son got crosswise with teachers over her opposition to three-year contracts, but with a longer track record of volunteerism on a series of district bodies, we believe Anderson has the edge when it comes to tackling pressing matters. District 3: Ann Teich, unopposed. District 5: Amber Elenz, unopposed. District 7: Yasmin Wagner, unopposed...."

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