Ballard was selected as VP along with a slate of new officers and at-large representatives who make up an 11-member board that will take control of the PSBA on Jan. 1, 2014.
Ballard says he ran for a PSBA office on the platform that PSBA needs "to do more public outreach to get the message of public education out and do more for members in terms of education and issue support."
He says this will be his focus while PSBA vice president.
Ballard stresses that while serving as a PSBA officer, his number one priority will remain fulfilling his duties to the East Penn School Board.
Ballard has been a member of the East Penn School Board for 18 years.