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SUPPORTING, EMPOWERING, AND CONNECTING PRINCIPALS
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The mission of the Tennessee Principals Association is to support, empower, and connect Tennessee Principals.

Zone 4 2019 Election


Dear TPA/NAESP Member: 

NAESP is pleased to introduce the candidates running for the office of NAESP Zone 4 Director. We invite you to learn more about each of the candidates below. The election will run 8:00 a.m. EST on Jan. 18 to 5:00 p.m. EST on Jan. 31. On January 18, you will receive an email from noreply@electionrunner.com and will contain an election invitation .

Mr. Seth Daub
Principal
Catalina Elementary School
Orlando, Florida

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Dr. Ann-Marie Gleason
Principal
Harpeth Valley Elementary
Nashville, Tennessee

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Mr. Todd Williford
Principal
Twin City Elementary
Twin City, Georgia

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Vice President 2019 Election


Dear TPA/NAESP Member: 

NAESP is pleased to introduce the candidates running for the office of Vice President of the NAESP Board of Directors. We invite you to learn more about each of the candidates below.

Julie Bloss
Principal
Grove Early Childhood Center
Grove, Oklahoma

Candidate Goal Statement

Sharon McNary
Principal
Richland Elementary
Memphis, Tennessee

Candidate Goal Statement

Paul Wenger
Principal
Jordan Creek Elementary
West Des Moines, Iowa

Candidate Goal Statement

Eligible voters will vote for NAESP Vice President from March 19 – March 29, 2019.

  1. Make sure your e-mail is current with NAESP by calling toll-free at (800) 386-2377 or membership@naesp.org.
  2. Add this email address - noreply@directvote.net - to your e-mail contacts and safe senders list. Your election ballot will be sent to this address on March 19.

TWO TENNESSEE PRINCIPALS are CANDIDATES for NAESP Board of Directors

Sharon McNary

Candidate for NAESP Vice-President, NAESP Board of Directors
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Election Will Be Held in March 2019

Dr. Ann-Marie Gleason

Candidate for Zone 4 Director, NAESP Board of Directors
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Election Will Be Held in January 2019

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The mission of the Tennessee Principals Association is to support, empower, and connect Tennessee Principals.

Goals

  • SUPPORT Tennessee Principals to enhance professional skill level
  • EMPOWER Tennessee Principals to build leadership capacity
  • CONNECT Tennessee Principals to expand professional networks
  • DEVELOP long-term financial infrastructure to enable TPA to become the premier education leadership association for Tennessee Principals

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  • Professional Development Opportunities
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