Current and Past NAESP Officers Recognized During Opening General Session

Conference News Online – 2013

During the Opening General Session of this year’s conference, NAESP celebrated new and old officers alike.

First, past presidents in the audience were called to the stage to be recognized for their contributions to the principalship. Then, a new leader joined their ranks: Mark Terry, outgoing NAESP president. Terry, principal of Eubanks Intermediate School in Southlake, Texas, officially passed the leadership torch to Nancy Flatt Meador. Meador, principal of Madison Middle School in Nashville, Tennessee, will serve as 2013-2014 president.

Meador has enjoyed a long career in education, serving in elementary and middle schools as a principal, assistant principal, classroom teacher, and as executive director for learning support services. Meador has been an NAESP member since 1998, serving on the Board of Directors since 2010. She’s also a member of the Tennessee Principal’s Association, she has served as both vice president and president of the state organization.

Joining Meador to lead the NAESP Board of Directors is president-elect Mark White. White, principal of Hintgen Elementary in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has been an NAESP member since 1988 and a longtime member of the Association of Wisconsin School Administrators.

Also new to the Board of Directors are directors for Zones 3, 4, and 6: A. Blaine Hawley, Brian K. Partin, and Eric S. Cardwell.

Photo courtesy of Lifetouch.

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