WWNAEC Officers & Board

Below are the Western Washington Native American Education Consortium officers and members. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.

 WWNAEC Bylaws
WWNAEC Jan 2018 Minutes
WWNAEC Nov 2017 Minutes
WWNAEC May 2017 Minutes
WWNAEC Mar 2017 Minutes
WWNAEC Jan 2017 Minutes
WWNAEC Minutes Sept 2016
WWNAEC Minutes May 2016

WWNAEC Minutes March 2016
WWNAEC Minutes January 2016
WWNAEC Minutes Sept 2015
WWNAEC Minutes Nov 2015

2016 WWNAEC OFFICERS

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Mary Wilber
Lake Washington, Bellevue, and
Northshore School Districts, ENAEP
425-936-1402
MWilber@lwsd.org
Vice-Chairman
Open
8e33dcd12d7f5cb47e68ed82de8d68ddSecretary
Maxine Alex
Federal Way Public School District
253-945-4583
malex@fwps.org
mmarcoeTreasurer
Michelle Marcoe
Puyallup School District
253-840-8852
marcoma@puyallup.k12.wa.us
marthaHistorian
Martha Sherman
Fife Public Schools
msherman@fifeschools.com
hamrickMember At Large
Shelley Hamrick
Kelso School District
shelley.hamrick@kelsosd.org
Website: Kelso SD Indian Educ ProgramShelley has worked for Kelso Indian Education Program since October of 1989, working together with a strong parent advisory committee to serve the needs of approximately 400 students in 7 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 high school, Loowit alternative school, Kelso Virtual Academy as well as several Running Start students at Lower Columbia College. Our program has tutoring program staff in 8 of our buildings. We hold many cultural events throughout the year with the highlight being our “In Honor of Our Children” Powwow held on the 3rd Saturday of May each year at Kelso High School.
jared koeppMember At Large
Jared Koepp
North Thurston Public Schools
jkoepp@nthurston.k12.wa.usHedit! Nim Hoyoish, Jerad Koepp, and I’m proud to be the NTPS Native Student Program Specialist.  I’m a certificated History and Social Studies teacher who specialized in Indian Education while earning my Master in Teaching degree at the Evergreen State College.  I’m the third generation of Indian Educators in my family and after graduation, taught in tribal schools and high Native population public schools.  I’m Mono/Yokut but spefically I’m a proud Wukchumni.  Our traditional lands are east of Visalia, CA in the Sierra Nevada foothills and into Sequioa State Park though some of us live on the Tule River Reservation.  Though I grew up in Eastern Washington, my culture was always around me.I’ve long been an advocate for Native education and Native students in and out of the classroom and it is a pleasure to work for a district that is incredibly supportive, culturally forward, and academically engaging.

 

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