Welcome to Denver

NEOEA’s delegates have been gathering in Denver for the past several days–the first meetings started on Friday, and delegates have been arriving since Thursday. For most, however, arrival days are today and tomorrow.

In recent months, we have sent a number of emails to our delegates. (list) With our arrival in Denver, those emails will end, but we will still be communicating with delegates from northeastern Ohio in various ways.

  • NEOEA’s NEA Annual Meeting Blog is now active! Rather than look for announcements in your inbox, plan to check the blog at NEOEA.wordpress.com each day you’re in Denver.
  • President Mary Alice Conkey is attending the RA and will meet with NEOEA’s delegates after the July 2 caucus at a nearby location to be determined.
  • President-elect Kim Richards will be staffing the NEOEA table at the caucus. You will need to stop by there at at least the first three days of Ohio caucuses in Denver (July 2, 3, and 4).
  • Past President Dave Saywell will be handling our FCPE table with assistance from Kecia Sanders-Stewart.

That’s it for today!

Bill Lavezzi, NEOEA Executive Director

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Bill Lavezzi serves as Executive Director of the North Eastern Ohio Education Association. NEOEA is a professional association of educators consisting of the nearly 31,000 members of the 192 local OEA and NEA affiliates in northeastern Ohio. Founded in 1869 as the North Eastern Ohio Teachers Association, NEOEA took its present name in 1989 in recognition of the diversity of its members.
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