UEA Storms Denver NEA Conference with Strong Advice on  How to "Rebuild a House Divided"

DENVER, Co., March 16, 2019 — The Utica Education Association made an impact on the 2019 National Education Association Leadership Summit in Denver with a two-hour presentation entitled “Rebuilding a House Divided: Creating Membership Relevancy at All Stages of the Educator’s Career.”

The well attended and received presentation feature UEA President Liza Parkinson as well as UEA teachers Casey Joss, Jennie Blair and Annette Christiansen who shared successful strategies implemented by the UEA ensuring active membership for the local union. Parkinson commented that the presentation received “rave reviews.”

UEA and NEA teachers and executives get together after a successful presentation at the NEA National Leadership Summit in Denver. (L to R) UEA teacher Casey Joss, MEA President Paula Herbart, NEA President Lily Eskelson Garcia, UEA President Liza Parkinson, UEA teachers Jennie Blair and Annette Christiansen.

UEA and NEA teachers and executives get together after a successful presentation at the NEA National Leadership Summit in Denver. (L to R) UEA teacher Casey Joss, MEA President Paula Herbart, NEA President Lily Eskelson Garcia, UEA President Liza Parkinson, UEA teachers Jennie Blair and Annette Christiansen.

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Utica Education Association (UEA) is a group of professional educators serving our community in southeastern Michigan. You can follow along for more information at our Facebook page at http://www.facebookcom/UticaEducationAssociation