Association for Career and Technical Education: Board of Directors 2009 Elections

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Association for Career and Technical Education: Board of Directors 2009 Elections


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This month, members of the Association for Career and Technical Education will elect officers for the following Board of Directors positions.

* President-elect:

Serves a one-year term beginning in July 2009 followed by one year as president and one year as past president.

* Vice President Elect for Region II:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2010.

* Vice President for Region V:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

* Vice President for Administration:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

* Vice president for Adult Workforce Development:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

* Vice President for Agricultural Education:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

* Vice President for Guidance and Career Development:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

* Vice President for Health Science Technology Education:

Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

* Vice President for Special Populations: Serves a three-year term beginning July 2009.

All ACTE individual professional, retired, educational institution members, and national affiliate organizations whose membership dues were received at ACTE headquarters by January 15, 2009, are eligible to vote. Please review the biographical information and platform statements for nominees and exercise your right to vote for ACTE's future leadership. This information is also posted online on the ACTE Web site at www.acteonline.org.

The election process will be conducted via electronic ballot only. Ballots will be sent to member e-mail addresses listed in the ACTE database. ACTE has selected Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) to manage the board of directors elections. You will receive an e-signature via e-mail that must be used with your member number to vote electronically. If you do not receive an e-signature by midnight on February 3, 2009, please contact ACTE's Leadership Department at 800-826-9972, ext. 315. Electronic ballots must be cast by midnight February 27, 2009. Ballots will be counted and audited at the offices of SBS, and the results will be posted on ACTE's Web site and announced in the April issue of Techniques magazine.

ACTE President-Elect

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Candidate 1

Gary Moore

Occupation: CTE Teacher Educator

Employment History: CTE Teacher Educator, North Carolina State University (1989-Present); CTE Teacher Educator, Louisiana State University (1982-1989); CTE Teacher Educator, Purdue University (1976-1982); CTE Teacher Educator, Alabama A&M University (1975-1976); Graduate Assistant, Ohio State University (1973-1975): Agriculture Teacher, Fort Frye High School (OH) (1970-1973); Agriculture Teacher, Medicine Lodge High School (KS) (1969-1970).

Education: Ph.D., Agricultural Education, The Ohio State University; M.S., Agricultural Education, The Ohio Stole University; B.S., Agricultural Education, Torleton State College (Texas).

ACTE Involvement: Division: Vice-President, Ag. Ed. Division (2003-2006); Secretary, Ag. Ed. Division (1995-1997); Program Chair, Ag. Ed. Division (1984); Ag. Ed. Division Policy Committee (2007-2009); Nominating Committee Chair, NRS Division (1991); NRS, Research Section Chair [1991-1992); Membership Secretary, NRS Research Section (1989-1990). Newsletter Editor, NRS Research Section (1982-1985): National Policy Seminar Participant (7 times); Region: Nominee for Regional Outstanding Professional (2009); Awards Luncheon Speaker (2005); Committees: Legislative Committee (2003-2004), Resolutions Committee (2006), Communications Committee (2007).

Other National, State and Local Involvement: NCACTE, Outstanding Professional (2008); Author of "Using Research Findings to Improve Instruction" in Vocational Instruction (An AVA Yearbook) (1980); Author of three articles in Techniques. …

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