Emerging Leaders prepare for future efforts

Held in conjunction with the annual Leadership Conference in Mobile for the 26th consecutive year, the Emerging Leaders school helped prepare and train 32 members to take on future leadership roles with not only their local affiliate, but also at the state and national levels.

Participants heard from Executive Secretary Henry Mabry and Associate Executive Secretary Greg Graves, learned about the long history of AEA, the role politics plays in education in Alabama, and the importance of becoming involved as an association representative with an emphasis on recruiting, reclaiming, and retaining members.

Other items on the agenda included AEA’s organizational structure, professional development opportunities, state and national member benefits, legal and financial benefits, and political action and advocacy at the local and state level.

The trainings were led by veteran AEA UniServ Directors Rhonda Jett, Labarron Mack, and Julie Swann.

Held in conjunction with the annual Leadership Conference in Mobile for the 26th consecutive year, the Emerging Leaders school helped prepare and train 32 members to take on future leadership roles with not only their local affiliate, but also at the state and national levels.

Participants heard from Executive Secretary Henry Mabry and Associate Executive Secretary Greg Graves, learned about the long history of AEA, the role politics plays in education in Alabama, and the importance of becoming involved as an association representative with an emphasis on recruiting, reclaiming, and retaining members.

Other items on the agenda included AEA’s organizational structure, professional development opportunities, state and national member benefits, legal and financial benefits, and political action and advocacy at the local and state level.

The trainings were led by veteran AEA UniServ Directors Rhonda Jett, Labarron Mack, and Julie Swann.

 

Date: 07/16/14
Category: Conferences

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