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Meet Jenn Meng
Jenn Meng is a 4th grade teacher and our newest Board Member. She has a successful good news club and has been in education for 18 years. Watch her interview with Finn Laursen (Executive Director) as she explains how she got connected with CEAI.
Dawn has been a member of Christian Educators Association for many years. From an early age Dawn knew she wanted to be a teacher, and teaching seventh grade English and Reading has been her favorite teaching experience to date. Since becoming the mother of three, Dawn sees firsthand the impact of teachers who actively work to encourage, equip, and develop students to become life-long learners.
Kevin is a public school 4th grade teacher who has become an advocated for CEAI providing leadership for teacher workshops across the nation. He is also active in his church and role models being a Godly man for his students and his 2 sons for twenty-nine years.
Michael serves as an Executive Director of Educational Services for a public school district. He oversees the Technology Department and Special Education Department and is directly responsible for the Gifted and Talented, Resident Educator, and Title I programs. Michael leads the district’s Race to the Top Transformation Team and Appraisal Review Committee and manages the areas of curriculum and instruction, testing and assessments, and professional development. He is married and has 3 children attending schools in his district.
Mary Lou has been teaching professionally with children grades K-8 for almost 25 years. She is currently teaching second grade. She holds an Associate degree in Early Childhood Education, a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, and a Master’s Degree in Literacy and Curriculum and Instruction. She and her husband Craig have four grown children. They have been married for twenty-nine years.