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Meet Cindy Stover

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ACTE Region III Vice President
Consultant/Executive Director
IACTE
21 Grand Oaks Drive
Lincoln, IL  62656
Phone: 217-737-3595
Email: cstover30@hotmail.com

 

 

Region: III

Division: Administration

Occupation: Consultant, CKO Consulting, LLC, Illinois ACTE (IACTE)  

Employment History: Consultant, IACTE (2012-present); Director, Capital Area Career Center (2007-2012); Director, Lincolnland Technical Education Center (1994-2007); Director, Tazewell County EFE (1992-1994); Special Populations Coordinator (1988-1992); FACS Instructor, Pekin AVC (1981-1987) 

Education: University of Illinois, M. Ed.; Oliver Nazarene University, BA in Home Economics Education, Minor in Business 

ACTE Involvement-ACTE Division: Administration Division Member (1992-present) ACTE Region Involvement: Policy Committee Member (2011-present); Region III Conference Chair (2013); Region III Conference Attendee (2010-2014) ACTE National-Other Activities: Leadership Program Participant (2013-2014); Frequent ACTE VISION Attendee State/Local Involvement: Consultant to IACTE (2012 - present); IACTE Past President (2007-2008); President (2006-2007); Awards Chair (2007-2008); Board Member (1996-1997, 1991-1992); Constitution & Bylaws Committee (1990-1991); Public Information Committee (1990-1991); Illinois Council of Technical Administrators: Past President (2005); President (2004); President-Elect (2003); Board Member (1992-2012); Bylaws Committee (2003, 2010, 2011); Illinois Association of Special Populations Personnel: Past President (1993), President (1992), President-Elect (1991); Nominations Chair (1993); Legislative Chair (1990-1992); Illinois Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Association Member; Illinois Business Education Association Member 

Platform Statement:I have been advocating for CTE for many years at the state level and most recently at the regional level, and I welcome the opportunity to advocate at the national level. CTE has come a long way during the last few years. Due to the efforts of ACTE and the state affiliates, business and industry and government entities are finally starting to realize that CTE can address many of the country's employment and societal-related issues. They are recognizing that CTE students are receiving certifications and training in areas that have high unemployment throughout our country, and that students who are taking CTE courses have a greater chance of graduating and have higher levels of achievement. This awareness needs to continue and to become greater, and I pledge to do all I can to increase partnerships and to create more awareness for CTE. The more awareness that is created, the more opportunities our students will receive. ACTE has done a great job with increasing awareness and partnerships, and I would be honored to advocate for all the CTE community to continue creating more awareness of CTE in order to benefit students, educators, schools and communities.

 

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