Bowers-Pierce throws her hat in Buffalo School Board ring
SOUTH BUFFALO - South Buffalo’s own Patricia “Patti” Bowers-Pierce will be one of the many candidates vying for the three at-large Buffalo School Board seats up for election this May.
An alumnus of St. Thomas Aquinas and Mount Mercy Academy, Bowers-Pierce is a South Buffalo resident and has a true allegiance to the community, a strong background in law enforcement and, if elected, plans to bring the benefit of her experience as a peace officer to the school board.
As a past detective with the Buffalo Police Department, former Chief with the Erie County Sheriff’s Department and presently an investigator in the domestic violence unit with the District Attorney’s Office, Bowers-Pierce has worked on task force departments aimed at halting criminal gang activity, curbing domestic violence, and bringing peace and order to situations including family matters involving innocent children.
Her commitment to the education of youth stems from interacting with youths throughout her years in law enforcement, many of who were in the midst of horrific circumstances.
Bowers-Pierce would watch the domestic violence unfold, remove children from dire situations and think to herself “these kids have to go to school... Read the rest of this article in News