The new board members will take office on July 1, 2012. NCCE members recently elected three new board members:
High School Representative:
Jim Saffeels is an Assistant Principal at South High School in Salem, Oregon.
Middle/Jr High School Representative:
Richard Snyder is a Teacher-Librarian at Inglewood Junior High School in Sammamish, Washington.
K-12 District Technology Coordinator Representative:
Alan Walker is a Technology and Data Systems Coordinator for the Prosser School District in Prosser, Washington.
Jim Saffeels, Richard Snyder and Alan Walker will be serving a two-year term for NCCE, a 5000 member, non-profit organization that is dedicated to supporting educational technology professional development in the Northwest.
Jim Saffeels, located in Salem, Oregon, will be serving his second term as the High School Representative for the board. Saffeels has over 27 years of experience in education. He received his master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Western Oregon University. “I will continue to bring a passion and determination for enhancing learning as a member for NCCE Board,” said Saffeels. “NCCE is spectacular in spreading great ideas about teaching into classrooms throughout the Northwest. I hope to contribute my skills and experience to continue the NCCE tradition of excellence.”
Richard Snyder, M.Ed., located in Sammamish, Washington, is the new Middle/Jr. High School representative. Snyder has over 16 years of experience in education. He received his B.A. in English and German and M.Ed. in School Supervision from Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas. “I think it is important to have teacher-librarians on the board of directors for NCCE,” said Snyder. “We get to see wide-angle view of our schools and how students and teachers are using technology in a variety of ways.”
Alan Walker, located in Prosser, Washington, is the new K-12 District Technology Coordinator Representative. Walker has over 30 years of technology education experience. He received his master’s degree in education from Central Washington University. “For over a decade, I have attended and presented at NCCE,” said Walker. “I look forward to contributing my skills, experience, and knowledge in support of their broad reaching goals.”
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