ACEI Yearbook 2010-2011

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ACEI Yearbook 2010-2011


Executive Board

President Elect: Debora Wisneski (2010-2011)

V.P. Rep. Infancy/Early Childhood: Suzanne Winter (2008-2011)

Secretary: Vidya Thirumurthy (2008-2011)

Treasurer: James Kirylo (2010-2013)

Member-at-Large: Kathleen Fite (2010-2013)

Member-at-Large: Christine Chen (2009-2012)

Presidents' Council Representative: Loren Meinke (2008-2011)

Emerging Educator Representative: Jane Lim (2010-2012)

Executive Director: Diane Whitehead

communications to the ACEI Executive Board may be sent to headquarters@acei.org

State/Province Presidents' Council

Representative to the Board:

Loren Meinke, acemeinke@comcast.net

President:

Jana Sanders, jana.sanders@tamucc.edu

Secretary:

Kim Riordan, kriordan@d.umn.edu

Incoming Officer:

Ekaterina Strekalova, President-Elect

ekaterina.strekalova@gmail.com

Presidents' Council Members

Hong Kong & Macau ACEI

www.acei-hkm.org.hk

Michael Chi Keung Kam

michaelkam01@yahoo.com

Korea ACEI

www.kacei.org

Ki-Sook Lee

kislee@ewha.ac.kr

Republic of China (Taiwan) ACEI

Hsiao-Yun Sherry Chang

sherrychang@mail.ndhu.edu.tw

Moscow Russia ACEI

Manana Salakaya

mgworldmg@gmail.com

Middle East Early Years ACEI

Mehmet Buldu

M.Buldu@uaeu.ac.ae

California ACEI

Belinda Karge

bkarge@fullerton.edu

Colorado ACEI

Sandra Phifer

phifers@mscd.edu

Florida ACEI

Cathy M'Bark

acmbark@embarqmail.com

Illinois ACEI

Alan Bates

abates@ilstu.edu

Louisiana ACEI

Lisa Lauer

lisa.lauer@nicholls.edu

Missouri ACEI

Linda Kleemann

ldeemanl@hssu.edu

New York ACEI

Jessica Essary

jnessary@sbcglobal.net

Tennessee ACEI

Carrie Whaley

cwhaley@uu.edu

Texas ACEI

Jana Sanders

jana.sanders@tamucc.edu

ACEI Standing Committees

Awards

The Awards Committee is responsible for evaluating award proposals, developing award guidelines and selection criteria, and supporting the selection of awardees.

Lea Lee, Co-Chair

Phone: 757-683-6030

E-mail: lxlee@odu.edu

Tunde Szecsi, Co-Chair

Phone: 239-590-7788

E-mail: tszecsi@fgcu.edu

Soon-ohk Hong

Elizabeth Partridge

Gillian Potter

Jeanetta G. Riley

Janka Szilagyi

Jill Zarazinski

Membership

The Membership Committee promotes membership recruitment and retention and networks with other ACEI committees to identify prospective members.

Louise Pavia, Chair

Phone: 330-742-3343

E-mail: lspavia@ysu.edu

Denise DaRos-Voseles

Laura Duhon

Norma Zunker

Nominations

The Nominations Committee seeks highly qualified candidates for election to the ACEI Executive Board.

Mary Anne Hannibal, Chair

Phone: 724-357-7927

E-mail: Hannibal@iup.edu

Jeanie Burnett

Carol Christy

Anna McArthur

Elizabeth Partridge

Mary Jo Pollman

Gillian Potter

Public Affairs

The Public Affairs Committee identifies educational issues that are global in scope in relation to childhood education and the teaching profession. This committee assists in keeping members informed of these critical and timely issues.

Rose Jones, Chair

Phone: 601-266-5383

Email: rosebjones@aol.com

Nancy Brown (ACEI/UN Rep)

Merribeth Bruning

Lynn Staley

Judit Szente (ACEI/UN Rep)

Amanda Thompson

Eva Zygmunt-Fillwalk

Publications

The Publications Committee assists with review of manuscripts for ACEI publications, helps to identify timely topics, actively recruits writers, and assists in achieving a steady flow of publications. …

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