Sonoma school district office hires two key new assistants

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Sonoma Valley Unified School District has hired Marcus Silvi to serve as executive assistant to Superintendent Socorro Shiels and Margaret Sheltren as administrative assistant to Associate Superintendent Bruce Abbott.

Silvi moved to Sonoma over a year ago but was born in Massachusetts and most recently has worked in the Oakland Unified School District for the past 17 years in a variety of administrative-support roles. He received a master’s degree from Boston University and completed his undergraduate work at Williams College.

Sheltren has lived in Sonoma since 1974 and attended Flowery Elementary School, Altimira Middle School and Sonoma Valley High School. She received her associates degree from Santa Rosa Junior College and has provided administrative support in the district’s Special Education Department since 2017.

Silvi will tentatively start on June 10 and Sheltren has already transitioned to her new role in business services.

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