National Council for Education Support Professionals
The National Council for Education Support Professionals (NCESP) works within NEA to represent the specific interests of education support professionals. Any active NEA ESP member is eligible for NCESP membership.
NCESP Executive Committee
Laura Montgomery (Term Ending 2016)
Little Rock, AR
Debby Chandler (Term Ending 2017)
NCESP Vice President
Lois Yukna (Term Ending 2016)
NCESP Mid-Atlantic Regional Director
Chuck Thompson (Term Ending 2016)
NCESP Northeast Regional Director
Vickie Jacquet (Term Ending 2017)
NCESP Southeast Regional Director
MEMBERSHIP MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Thank you to all who were able to attend the NCESP General Membership Meeting (GMM) during the 2015 NEA ESP Conference in New Orleans, LA. We invite you to join us at our next GMM which will take place during the NEA Representative Assembly in Orlando, FL. Additional information regarding this meeting will be available late spring.
In accordance with Article IX, Section 2 of the NCESP Constitution and Bylaws, all Constitution and Bylaw changes must be submitted to the President of NCESP by May 1. Any Constitution and Bylaw Amendment Forms received by the NCESP President after May 1 are counted as invalid.
NCESP elections were held at the 2014 NEA Representative Assembly in Denver, CO during the NCESP General Membership meeting. Currently the position as Mid-Atlantic Regional Director is the only NCESP Officer seat vacant. Information on the election process for this vacant seat will be made available at the March 6, 2015 General Membership meeting.
ESPQ Director, Roxanne Dove, Blog Topics
Sean Slade, ASCD Director of Whole Child Programs, Blog Topics
ESP of the Year Speaker Request
Interested in requesting our ESP of the Year winner to speak at your conference or state event?
Click here to fill out our request form.
Let's Move Active Schools
Athletes for Hope and Let's Move Active Schools has partnered up to highlight active and healthy schools in area schools. Click here for more information.
National Farm to School Network, ESP Blog