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Postsecondary, Adult and Career Education

Meet Andrea Pogue



Andrea Pogue
Andrea Pogue
Postsecondary, Adult and Career Education Division Vice President
Business & Industry Services
Pontotoc Technology Center
601 West 33rd Street
Ada, Oklahoma 74820
Main: 580-320-5812
Work: 580-310-2236

Occupation: Adult and Career Development Consultant

Employment History: Career Tech, Adult and Career Development (2008-present); Pontotoc Technology Center, Health Specialist for Business and Industry Services (2002-2008); Palliative Care Hospice Center, Registered Nurse/Community Liaison (2001-2002); Carl Albert Indian Health Facility, Registered Nurse (2000-2001)

Education: M.S. in Nursing, East Central University; B.S. in Nursing, Pontotoc Technology Center; Allied Health I and II Certification

ACTE Involvement: Division: Presenter at ACTE Convention 2009, AWD Proposal Reviewer for the 2010 ACTE Convention (2009)
Region: OkACTE Audit Committee Member (2011-2012), 2009 OkACTE Region IV Conference Membership Committee participant (2009)
State/Local: OkACTE (CBITS Rep) for Strategic Planning Committee (2010-2011), CBITS 2011 Spring Conference Committee Member (2010-2011), CBITS President (2010-2011), CBITS Membership Committee participant (2009-2011), CBITS Technology Committee participant (2009-2011), CBITS President-Elect (2009-2010)

Platform Statement: The PACE Division of the Association for Career and Technical Education is at a critical junction in its ability to survive with the current number of Board seats. It is my commitment to serve this position and radiate strength and support on building our membership numbers in our group, and as a result, yield a higher number of ACTE members. Due to slow economic growth, we must dig deep and continue to have a strong desire as a group to train workers for tomorrow. Leading our organization through this position on the ACTE Board would place a strong voice at the table with an understanding of our successes and challenges as a group in training adult workers. ACTE does a magnificent job of placing key leaders in roles that can and do make a tremendous difference on how CTE is viewed nationally. Please help me to help CTE thrive!

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