Dimitri Schneiberg, Candidate for Moorestown BOE

Schneiberg, a graduate of Georgetown and the Wharton School at Penn, is running for a seat on the board of education.

General Information

Name : Mr. Dimitri Schneiberg
Date of birth : 23 December 1974
Place of residence : Moorestown



Attended college : Yes
College : Georgetown University
Degree : Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Year of graduation : 1997

Grad school

University : University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School
Degree : MBA in Finance
Year of graduation : 2005

Employment Information

Job titles held : Owner and Principal
Employers : LearnQuest

Political Information

Party affiliation : Republican
Running for a: Local office
Running for position: Moorestown Board of Education
Chamber/district: Moorestown
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices : NA
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: Ran for school board three years ago


Website : www.dimitrischneiberg.com

Other facts

I have worked in the field of education for 15 years, as a founding partner and principal of LearnQuest, a high-end information technology and business skills training company. LearnQuest is a pioneer in utilizing multiple learning approaches to deliver the most effective training. While at LearnQuest, I have had the opportunity to directly manage all aspects of education delivery, from leading and evaluating teachers, to designing and developing curriculum that utilizes industry best practices in instructional design and technology to accomplish the best possible results in the classroom. I would like to bring my experience in the private sector to making a difference in the public sector.

I come from a family of educators and entrepreneurs. Both my mother and father were teachers before they started DPT Business School, a vocational school in Northeast Philadelphia. I spent my early adulthood teaching at their school, and learning about both education and business.

I settled in Moorestown in 2006 with my wife, Janna, who is a veterinarian, largely because of the reputation of the schools and the wonderful sense of small-town community. I have three young children, the oldest in , and three golden retrievers.

If elected to the school board, I will have two primary areas of focus: I will work to improve the quality of education in this town through the use of technology and instructional design best practices and advances. Secondly, I will be a conservative steward of your tax dollars and a strong advocate for the taxpayers of Moorestown.

Editor's note: The above information comes directly from the candidate.

Ed Nice September 15, 2012 at 06:27 PM
No it wouldn't !!!! And that's not directed at Dimitri! Pete and his 20 or more screen names ....... Yeah I need that gamester sitting on town council!
Pete September 16, 2012 at 12:30 AM
The NJTA has the right idea. Be fair to those who in current plans but move new hires to a 401k type plan.
Dimitri Schneiberg September 16, 2012 at 02:03 AM
The Governor has made some progress this year with pension reform, but there's definitely a lot more that needs to be done. I agree with the NJTA that we need to eliminate the defined benefit style pension for public employees. It is an unsustainable ponzi scheme. We need to have a defined contribution (401K) system just like the vast majority of private sector jobs. I agree with Pete that we need to make accommodations for those in the current plans that have counted on the promises of these benefits. Unfortunately this is a state legislative issue that we don't have much control over at the local level.
Pete September 16, 2012 at 02:09 PM
We do have some control at the local level by requiring employees to contribute to pension and medical insurance premiums. It's a negotiation issue.
chen September 17, 2012 at 06:51 AM
http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/83-davin-joseph-jersey Davin Joseph Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/89-dekoda-watson-jersey Dekoda Watson Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/95-donald-penn-jersey Donald Penn Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/101-doug-martin-jersey Doug Martin Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/107-ej-biggers-jersey E.J. Biggers Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/113-eric-wright-jersey Eric Wright Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/119-gerald-mccoy-jersey Gerald McCoy Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/125-jayme-mitchell-jersey Jayme Mitchell Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/131-jeremy-trueblood-jersey Jeremy Trueblood Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/143-lavonte-david-jersey Lavonte David Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/155-mark-barron-jersey Mark Barron Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/161-mason-foster-jersey Mason Foster Jersey http://www.shopbuccaneersjersey.com/167-michael-bennett-jersey Michael Bennett Jersey


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »