Women's Issues Committee

 

2008

Marcia Mackey (2016-BdM-Reg 12  C)

 

2008

Michelle Munoz (2016-BD-Reg 9  C)

Co-Chair

2015

Simone Babridge (2017-BD-Reg   B)

 

2014

Anne Bowman (2016 BD-Reg 5  NA)

 

2015

Debra Irvin (2017-BdM-Reg 8  B)

 

2008

Sandra Cawood (2017-BD Reg 10  C)

Co-Chair

2014

Irma Menchaca (2016-BD-Reg 9  NA) 

 

2009

A. Isabell Nazar (2018-BdM-Reg 4  H)

 

2015

Theresa Dudley (2018-BdM-Reg   B)

 

2014

Eursla Moore-Doyle (2016 BdM Reg 5  B)

 

2011

Karen Abella (2017-BD-Reg 6  H)

 

2015

Connie Boylan (2018-BdM-Reg 15 NA)

 

2012

Amy Guzman (2016-BD-Reg 12  H)

 

2010

Pat Sexton (2017-BD-Reg 5  C)

 

2015

Jen Almassy (2018-BdM-Reg 2  C)

 

2010

Roberta (Robin) Perry (2017-BD-Reg 3  C)

 

Start Date

Liaisons

 

2014

 

Rose Cross (2016-MEA-Retired)

 

2010

Sally Pierce (2016-MAHE)

 

2015

Vacancy (2016-SMEA)

 

Staff Liaison

Christina Canfield

 

2015-16 Charge:
  • To help ensure that the education of our students and the working environments of our members are of the highest quality.
  • To help develop local capacity by the identification and development of strategies and policies that build on our diversity.
 
Committee Charge:  To address policies, programs, practices and issues that relate to and impact the representation, participation and support of females in the association and public education systems.
The committee will:
  • Assist in planning the association’s celebration and promotion of Women’s History Month.
  • Identify, review and recommend content for the web page on providing instructional activities/resources for use in celebrating Women’s History Month.
  • Monitor the implementation of the affirmative action guidelines with attention to females into staff positions and alert the MEA Board of Directors of necessary future actions.
  • Assist the planning and delivery of a program to support the development of the personal attributes, academic and social skills, talents and abilities of adolescent girls.
  • Recruit nominees and select recipients for the MEA Excellence and Maurine Wyatt Awards, and submit a recommendation for the David McMahon Award.
  • Delegate a representative to assist in the planning of the Human Rights/Excellence Award Banquet; and a representative for the Social Justice Institute.
  • Monitor the representation of women in MEA staff positions, state and national leadership development. Actively report related issues of concern to the Board with recommendations for Affirmative Action.
  • Monitor state and national legislation addressing women’s issues.
A=Asian        B=Black       C=Caucasian        H=Hispanic        NA=Native American


 
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