For the GFT 2020 At Large Election, there are two candidates vying for Treasurer: Lisa Mosher and Mary Jean Vigilante. Below are their statements of candidacy.

Lisa Mosher

Hafa Adai! My name is Lisa M. Mosher. I have been employed with GDOE for multiple teaching, grant writing, day school, night school, summer school (social studies/science/exploring technology) and coaching since 12/05/90 at both GWHS/SSHS/GWHS. I came here to Guam on my own/not an off-island hire – after decades of studying the island, its history and cultures. I have been a union member since October 31, 1992.  Over the years, I have greatly appreciated the strength that unions and various employees can do together to advocate for and ensure fair and happy workplaces.

I am running for the office of the GFT Treasurer because I would like to take the baton from Mr. James Lujan and carry on continued strength in the office of GFT Treasurer. I have had the pleasure of working with him and getting to know him and his family. I have much respect and admiration for all he’s done working with this organization and hope to continue that legacy.

Mary Jean Vigilante 

Greetings and Hafa Adai, I am Mary Jean Vigilante and I am vying for the office of Treasurer.  I received my Bachelors in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Mathematics in 1990 from the University of Guam and a Masters’ from the same institution in Instructional Technology in 2007.


1990 to 2011 – George Washington High School:  Math Teacher, Math Department Chairperson, and National Honor Society Advisor.

2011 to Present – Oceanview Middle School:  Math Teacher, John Hopkins Talent Development Site Coordinator, Curriculum Coordinator, Instructional coach, National Junior Honor Society Advisor, Curriculum Leadership Team member, Teacher Mentor and GFT Site Steward.

With this training, experience, and your vote, I hope to fill the position as your GFT Treasurer.  Thank you and Si Yu’us Ma’ase.