The American Association for Employment in Education is excited to introduce our new Executive Director, Tim Neubert. Hailing from Aurora, Illinois, Tim brings a wealth of human resource experience, plus extensive knowledge of education related technology, specifically in a K-12 setting.
You may know Tim from one of his many leadership roles in the education community, including his time as Board President of the Illinois Association for Employment in Education. He has also held roles at the Illinois Association for School Personnel Administrators (IASPA), Illinois Small College Placement Association (ISCPA), American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA) among others.
We look forward to reaching new heights under Tim's direction. Please help us welcome him to the AAEE family! You can comment on our blog or connect with Tim directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-800-1722.
All of us at AAEE hope your 2018 is off to a positive and productive start!
Thank you, Amy. Colleagues, I believe strong relationships are critical to the success of our education system. Prior to joining AAEE as its next Executive Director, I created and encouraged these connections both locally and nationally as a human resources professional for several Illinois school districts and then as a HR solutions product manager for Frontline Education. As Executive Director, it will be my honor to serve AAEE in ensuring successful and long-term relationships among members, partners, sponsors, and the greater education community for the achievement of our mission and goals. I look forward to the opportunity to meet and/or speak with each of you over the next year about how we can work together in this effort.
You can expect to hear from me on a regular basis, but I would like to take this opportunity now to remind you of these important activities happening this month:
- January 16 - Webinar presented by Horace Mann regarding how school districts can help their employees with student debt
- January 18 - Webinar presented by Horace Mann regarding how higher education institutions can help their students with debt
- January 31 - Deadline for submission of annual Supply & Demand Report survey data (http://www.aaee.org/research-grants)
- January 31 - Deadline for applications to the Janice Jones Scholarship to support emerging educators who have demonstrated promise and commitment (http://www.aaee.org/janice-jones-scholarship-fund)
I would also remind you we are still seeking volunteers to serve as Regional Coordinators and State Representatives for many parts of the country. For more information, please visit http://www.aaee.org/regional-coordinators. Please consider serving our education community in this way.