Advocating for Parents, Teachers
& Students in Conejo Valley
A native of southern California and 25 year Conejo Valley resident, Joelle is the mother of three adult children who moved to Conejo Valley to find quality schools and a community that her family could call home. Joelle comes from a long line of public school teachers, including her mom, dad, and grandparents. She and her husband, Joe, have been small business owners since they were married 29 years ago and have been active in coaching youth sports, creating academic programs that teach the foundations of freedom, statesmanship, self-sufficiency, hard work, and public service in the community. She is an advocate for parent involvement in public education through input and transparency in the classroom curriculum and believes that family culture and values reflected in the curriculum is pivotal in providing education that will make the Conejo Valley thrive. She has been a voice for leadership education and understands the importance of preparing our students not only for career or business success but also as parents and community leadership after graduation. Joelle Mancuso will be a voice for all our families in Conejo Valley and believes a successful experience in CVUSD includes collaboration between board trustees, parents, teachers, school administrators, and the community at large.