Advocacy Leadership Network Honored as EdTA Volunteers of the Year

By EdTA News posted 29 days ago

  

The Educational Theatre Association’s (EdTA) Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes individuals who support the Association through exceptional volunteer efforts. The 2018 recipients are the 16 members of the Advocacy Leadership Network (ALN):

Anthony Cimino-Johnson, Rock Ridge High School, Ashburn, Virginia.

Michael Daehn, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.

Helen Duranleau-Brennan, Davenport, Iowa.

Shannon Horn, Pinewood Preparatory School, Goose Creek, South Carolina.

Alison Johnson, Santa Fe High School, Whittier, California.

Jennifer Morgan-Beuchat, Leavenworth, Kansas.

Mallory Nonnemaker, Dawson County High School, Cleveland, Georgia.

Zachary Schneider, Natrona County High School, Casper, Wyoming.

Teri Turner, Smith-Cotton High School, Sedalia, Missouri.

Zachery W. Bates, Gloucester County Institute of Technology, Westville, New Jersey.

Sharon Fenwald Chadwick, Liberty High School, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tami LoSasso, Lakewood High School, Arvada, Colorado.

Lindsay M. Shields, Flushing High School, Queens, New York. 

Christopher Veneris, South Guilford High School, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Scott Wilson, East High School, Columbus Ohio.

Erick J. Weeks, Pearl High School, Pearl, Mississippi.

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In presenting the awards, EdTA Executive Director Julie Theobald said, “It’s a fundamental part of our mission to influence public opinion as to the value of theatre education and there is no better way to do that than to have our teachers on the front lines in state houses and school board meetings throughout the country.”

To that end ALN members created the Guide to Building an Arts Education Advocacy Day guide for the association’s membership to use in developing local and state activities.

The Volunteer of the Year Award was presented during the EdTA Leadership Summit in Kansas City, Missouri, where the organization’s leaders — members of the EdTA Board of Directors, chapter directors and board members, and student leaders — gathered for a three-day session of planning, briefings, and workshops focused on organizational best practices.

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