Ginger Littleton was elected to the Board in 2006. A graduate of the University of Alabama, she also holds a master’s degree from Florida State University-Panama City (FSU-PC). An educator for more than 30 years, she has taught in middle and high schools and was a school administrator. Additionally, she was a consultant who assisted small, rural school districts with state accountability standards. She has a substantial background in developing successful schools. Currently a grant writer for FSU-PC, she is coordinator of the STEM Institute, an initiative designed to increase student capacity and interest in mathematics and the sciences. She also manages the Florida DOE FastPacks grant, which offers tuition-free online courses for teacher certifications in areas of critical need. Her community service includes leadership on the boards of Bay Arts Alliance and the Visual Arts Center. Mrs. Littleton is married to A.C. Littleton, Jr., a former city commissioner. They are parents of three daughters, Gayle, Amy and Gina, and have four grandchildren.
District 2 includes Bay High School, Callaway Elementary School, Chautauqua Learn & Serve Charter School, Merriam Cherry Street Elementary School, Jinks Middle School, Margaret K. Lewis School in Millville, Parker Elementary School and Tyndall Elementary School.