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NEWS RELEASE: ITEEA ANNOUNCES BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION RESULTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 05, 2018

Reston, VA, United States, November 05, 2018 —

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

 

ITEEA Announces Board of Directors Election Results

RESTON, VA, NOVEMBER 5, 2018ITEEA's professional and life members have completed a balloting process to elect a new President-Elect and Directors for Regions I and III.

Joining the ITEEA Board of Directors in March 2019 are:

  • Philip A. Reed, DTE (President-Elect). Phil is a Professor at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.
  • Laura Hummell, DTE (Region I Director). Laura is a Technology Education Supervisor with the Pennsylvania Department of Education in Harrisburg, PA.
  • Michael Sundblad (Region III Director). Mike is an Engineering and Industrial Technology Instructor at Shakopee Middle School West in Mayer, MN.

 

Also joining the ITEEA Board of Directors are Don Fischer, Charlie McLaughlin, and Trevor Robinson. Don Fischer is a Technology and Engineering Education Supervisor with the North Dakota Department of Education and will represent the Council for Supervision and Leadership (CSL). Charlie McLaughlin is a Professor at Rhode Island College and will represent the Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE). Trevor Robinson is an Assistant Professor at Utah State University and will represent the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Associate (TEECA).

Sincere thanks are extended to the new Board Members, for taking on this leadership role and to the other candidates for bringing such a wealth of experience and talent to the balloting process. By being part of the ballot, each of the candidates has demonstrated leadership in the field.

About ITEEA

ITEEA (www.iteea.org) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Its mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities.  

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