Lecturers at the Jefferson Educational Society

Kim Clear
Millcreek Township Supervisor

Kim Clear, B.A. PBD, has dedicated most of her life to positively impacting her community, whether through teaching, community service, public service, advocacy, or fundraising.  Elected in 2021, Kim currently serves as a Millcreek Township Supervisor, only the second female to be elected to this position since 1803. Before serving as Township Supervisor, though, Kim taught English for over 18 years in the Millcreek Township School District and was named Golden Apple Teacher of the year in 2014. Looking to give back to her community, in 2019, Kim made the decision to run for Erie County Council District 1 where she was appointed as Chair of the Finance Committee, Vice-Chair of Council, Election Board, and Retirement Board. The pandemic led to appointments to the CARES Act Committee, the Covid Economic Impact Committee, and the ARPA Committee, where Kim was tasked to research and allocate grant funding throughout Erie County. In 2021, Kim made the decision to run for Millcreek Township Supervisor. Sworn into office in January 2022, Kim intends on building an economically resilient 21st century Millcreek that provides a safe, thriving community filled with vibrant commerce, employment opportunities, affordable living, cohesive neighborhoods, accessible green spaces, environmental sustainability, and healthy living.