Worthington Board of Education
As a seasoned practicing attorney, Nikki Hudson brings a rational and action-oriented skill set to the Worthington Board of Education. Running for her 2nd term, Nikki has become a strong leader in advocating for equity & inclusion, student-centered learning, and student mental health. In her position as VP of Intellectual Property Counsel at Bath & Body Works, Nikki leads the company’s Women’s Inclusion Network and has previously served on the Board of the Women’s Fund of Central Ohio. Nikki understands the importance of identifying and meeting the immediate needs of women and girls in the community. This translates to her strong advocacy towards the inclusion of all marginalized populations within Worthington schools, where Nikki leads the drafting of the district’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Education Policy. Nikki proves that, as a member of the Worthington Board of Education, she is “utilizing the power of political positions to create social change”.