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Andrea Clements, Ph.D., Secretary
Professor
Department of Psychology
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, Tennessee
profandi@yahoo.com

Mary Damer, M.Ed.
Consultant & Co-director
Multi-Tier LLC
Columbus, Ohio
Redyarrow@aol.com

Henrietta Grant, M.Ed.
Principal (retired)
Knoxville, Tennessee Public Schools
Knoxville, Tennessee

Mark Y. Herring, Ed.D.
Professor and Dean of Libraries
Winthrop University
Rock Hill, South Carolina
herring@winthrop.edu

Ann Mactier, M.A.
Vice Chairman
Nebraska Board of Education
Lincoln, Nebraska
Ann@mactier.omhcoxmail.com


Robert S. Spangler, Ed.D
President
Appalachian Psychological Consultants
Johnson City, Tennessee
vepsychologist@charter.net

J. E. Stone, Ed.D., President
Professor
Human Development and Learning
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, Tennessee 37614
professor@education-consumers.com



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