Dianna Pimlott

Siuslaw P# 7

Clinical Pharmacist, Pharmacy and Infusion Services Director, Patient Safety Officer, PeaceHealth Peace
Harbor (1997-Present)

Clinical Pharmacist, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, WA.
Relief Pharmacist, Rite Aid, Florence, OR.

Simmons College of Boston, Healthcare Administration, Masters
Oregon State University, Pharmaceutical Science, Bachelors
Modesto Junior College, Biological Science, Associates
Ceres High School, Diploma

Appointed by Governor: Two 4-year terms-Oregon Board of Pharmacy (June 2006 – June 2014)
Siuslaw School District School Board (June 2019-Present)

“Dianna has been involved with the Siuslaw School District for over 20 years as a parent, grandparent, and school board member. She has impacted our schools directly by volunteering in elementary classes each week for several years.”
Shannon Graham, Former Siuslaw Elementary Teacher:

“I have known and worked with Dianna for many years. She is intelligent, an extremely hard worker, honest, trustworthy, and deserves your support and your vote.”
Rick Yecny, Certified Professional Accountant.

“I am confident in Dianna’s ability to address issues with a fair and honest approach. Dianna has integrity and does what is right.”
Erin Linton, Siuslaw Parent

“Working for years with Dianna, I have been impressed by her work ethic, collaborative skills, and problem-solving abilities. Dianna will continue to serve our community well on the School Board”.
Heather McArthur, Physician

Dianna’s Priorities Include:
– Energizing teachers by ensuring their voice is heard and validated through action.
– Encouraging parents by providing opportunities to raise concerns, offer suggestions, and collaborate

– Exploring solutions to better prepare our high school students for employability and success not just a diploma.
– Improving relationships between the district and our community through action, engagement, and openness.

“We share a sincere interest in the success of our kids. I have one child who graduated from Siuslaw and one grandchild currently attending the high school. These are troubling times for our educational system and we need the connections between parents, teachers, school administrators, our school board, and our community to improve.”

Dianna Pimlott