Reith, McDevitt and Milancewich elected to BOE


BRIELLE — Two newcomers Juliana Reith and Sarah McDevitt were elected to the Brielle Board of Education Tuesday night, alongside Joseph Milancewich who is the reelected incumbent. 

The candidates each received about 33 percent of all votes in the uncontested election, according to the Monmouth County Board of Elections.   

Ms. McDevitt, who attended Brielle Elementary School as a child, received her Bachelor of Arts in Communications at Hobart & William Smith Colleges in New York, and received her Master of Fine Arts in Film Production at Loyola Marymount University in California. Currently, she is the vice president of client success at Aki Technologies in New York, New York. 


“I’m very happy with the results of the election,” Ms. McDevitt told The Coast Star. “I’m looking forward to beginning my service on the board and collaborating with fellow board members to improve the quality of education for all BES students. 

Mr. Milancewich, a Brielle resident since 2008, has been a member of the school board since 2016. Mr. Milancewich currently serves as the police captain for the Morris County Park Police. 

Ms. Rieth currently works as a middle school language arts teacher at Manasquan Elementary School. She received her bachelor’s degree in communications from Temple University in Philadelphia, and went on to receive her master’s degree in teaching at Monmouth University.

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