City Council Appoints Odrezin To Board of Education
Daniel Odrezin will serve a five-year term on the Mountain Brook Board of Education.
Monday, May 9, 2022 – The Mountain Brook City Council appointed Daniel Odrezin to the Mountain Brook Board of Education at the council’s meeting on Tuesday, April 26 at City Hall.
“Serving on the Board of Education will be my way of helping to ensure the great educational experience that drew us to Mountain Brook is a reality for our son and so many others,” Odrezin said.
Daniel and his wife, Meredith, reside in Mountain Brook with their son. Odrezin is a real estate attorney with a practice in the Cahaba Heights area and has previously served as the Assistant Executive Director of the Birmingham Jewish Federation. There he worked as a liaison with local schools and has worked closely with Mountain Brook Schools (MBS) in the past. In addition to his own experience working alongside MBS, Daniel’s father, Greg, taught sixth-grade math at Cherokee Bend for 15 years.
Odrezin will join Nicky Barnes (President), Jeffrey Brewer (Vice President), Jenifer Kimbrough and Anna Comer on the board.
“We’re excited to welcome Daniel to the Board of Education,” Superintendent Dr. Dicky Barlow said. “His father was a positive influence on so many people at Cherokee Bend and it’s great for Daniel to now have the chance to serve our school community and its members.”
“Having a young family, he has a long-term interest in Mountain Brook Schools and we are excited for him to be a new ambassador to a whole new generation of Mountain Brook students and their families,” Barnes stated.
Odrezin will begin his term in June.