(Photo courtesy AASA Conference Daily Online)
Members travel to Nashville for AASA national conference
March 14, 2022
Superintendents from throughout the country, including many ACSA members, met in Nashville for the AASA national conference Feb. 17-19.
Pictured above from left, Maria Ott, a clinical professor at University of Southern California, Ruth Perez, deputy superintendent in Riverside County, and Carmella Franco, a retired superintendent now with HYA & Associates, were among the presenters at The National Conference on Education. They spoke on “Women and Artful Leadership for the New Student Majority.”
AASA’s Conference Daily Online featured daily coverage of the event, including presentations by these ACSA members:
Julie VitaleEnsuring Safe Schools for LGBTQ+ Students and Staff Ott/Perez/FrancoWomen in Artful Leadership Addressed by a Veteran Trio in Conference Room of Eager Listeners Michael McCormickPre-Conference Workshop Shows What It Takes to Equip Students With Relevant Skills for Succeeding in the 21st Century Zandra Jo GalvinZandra Jo Galvin Plies a Frequent Presence on Social Media to Advance Her Advocacy
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