Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Marketing Teacher Elected to State and National Posts

Whitewater High’s marketing teacher, Krystin Glover, has been selected to serve at the state and national level to help with the advancement of career and technical education.

The membership of the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education elected her to serve on the board of directors as vice-president of the Marketing Education division. Her term will be for two years.

In addition to serving on the board of directors, Glover will co-chair the Public Relations Special Committee.

Glover was also elected to serve on the Young Professionals Task Force of the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), a national organization.

While serving on the task force, she will help determine how ACTE can encourage newer or younger members to join by analyzing the products and services the organization offers, and what gaps exists; developing a list of products and services ACTE should offer; surveying the younger, newer members on the developed list of products and services; and building and creating a session at the ACTE Annual Convention and Career Tech Expo geared toward younger and new members.

Task force members serve as long as it takes to accomplish their tasks, which can be anywhere from several months to several years. Members volunteer to serve and are selected based on experience and expertise.

Glover has taught marketing at Whitewater High for five years, and serves as the school’s DECA advisor and school store operator.

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