MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

 
 
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Highlighting Noteworthy KCEA Members


 
     Even before she was a classroom teacher, Suzanne Carte knew the importance of Member Spotlight: Suzanne Cartemembership in the WVEA. She joined the organization when she was a student majoring in education in college. For the next 25 years, Suzanne  remained a steadfast advocate. "I believe strongly in the union philosophy, of strength in numbers, and of having someone to speak for me and represent me in a legislative body."

     Although she retired from Kanawha County Schools, Suzanne continued to be involved with students and education. She volunteered to take Hayes Middle School students to the Golden Horseshoe test, chaperone students at the Youth and Government Seminar, and substituted in the classroom on a regular basis.

     Suzanne continues to espouse the benefits of WVEA membership as well. "I have never taught a day without the backing of the WVEA organization, and advise all teachers to think strongly about situations that arise daily across the nation that require us to have a champion. WVEA has been such a champion for me."

 
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