Natalie Sheppard Wins General Election


ROCHESTER, New York – November 7, 2017

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Natalie Sheppard won the General Election for the Rochester City School Board Commissioner of Schools. She received 32% of the votes solidifying her place on the RCSD School Board.  Natalie Sheppard is extremely grateful for the opportunity to work with and for the students at the RCSD. She said:

Thank you for believing in me and others that were elected yesterday to move our City/County forward.

Natalie Sheppard Wins Democratic Primary


ROCHESTER, New York – September 13, 2017

On Tuesday, September 12, 2017, Natalie Sheppard won the Democratic Primary election for the Rochester City School Board Commissioner of Schools.  Upon her winning the Democratic Primary elections Ms. Sheppard stated :

“I am so honored that the Democrats of Rochester believe in. I will be going on my own ‘Listening Tour’ attending community meetings and meeting with individuals. This way I’ll be even more prepared to serve our students, families, and community come January when I am sworn in. There is one more step to finalize the deal which is casting your vote on Tuesday, November.
There are a number of candidates that have advanced in the Democratic primary that will be on the general election ballot. I will be joining with #TEAMLOVELY this weekend for the GOTV (Get Out The Vote).
ROW “A” ALL THE WAY please come out this weekend to help us with the final push and continuing to share with everyone you know.

Natalie Sheppard will be running in the General Elections for Rochester City School District’s School Board on Tuesday, November 7, 2017.

Natalie Sheppard Receives Endorsement from Women’s Equality Party


ROCHESTER, New York – July 1, 2017

On Friday, June 30, 2017, the Women’s Equality Party announced that they will be endorsing Natalie Sheppard, RCSD School Board candidate.  The Women’s Equality Party also endorsed Mayor Lovely Warren. Natalie Sheppard accepted the Women’s Equality Party endorsement stating:

“I am so honored to receive the Women’s Equality Party Endorsement. It’s not about the barriers put in place it’s about how many we are willing to break through.”

Natalie Sheppard will be running in the Primary Elections for Rochester City School District’s School Board on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.

Natalie Sheppard Recipient of All Women Rock 2017 World Changer Award


ROCHESTER, New York – June 28, 2017

Earlier today, the All Women Rock organization announced that Natalie Sheppard, Rochester City School District School Board candidate, is the recipient for the 2017 World Changer Award. In a statement by a representative:

[Natalie Sheppard is] worth [this award] and more. [Her] passion and vision is to change the world starting [with] home first (Rochester). We’re honored to have a young, powerful visionary [such] as [Natalie]!”

Natalie Sheppard will be running in the Primary Elections for Rochester City School District’s School Board on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.

Working Families Party Endorses Natalie Sheppard


ROCHESTER, New York – June 6, 2017

On Monday, June 5, 2017, the Working Families Party announced that they will be endorsing Natalie Sheppard, RCSD School Board candidate.  Natalie Sheppard accepted the Working Families Party endorsement stating:

“It is such a great feeling to know that our community is identifying and standing with leaders who want to help move our City of Rochester progressively forward.Let’s keep building all the way through and beyond  this election. I believe in the values of the Working Families Party and truly look forward to working with WFP on bettering our community.”

Natalie Sheppard will be running in the Primary Elections for Rochester City School District’s School Board on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.

Natalie Sheppard Grabs Democrat Party Endorsement


ROCHESTER, New York – May 19, 2017

On Thursday, May 18, 2017, Natalie Sheppard, RCSD School Board candidate secured the endorsement of the Monroe County (NY) Democrat Party. She, along with Mayor Lovely Warren; City Council members Dana Miller, Loretta Scott, and Matt Juda; School Board Member Malik Evans (who is running for City Council); and Beatriz Lebron (who is running for School Board).

Natalie Sheppard accepted the Democrat Party’s endorsement and will be running in the Primary Elections for Rochester City School District’s School Board on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.