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2016 IPA Officer Election

Welcome to the 2016 IPA Officer Election.  Per the IPA Constitution, eligible IPA Members may run for a state office upon nomination by an IPA State Director at the first regularly scheduled Board of Directors meeting of the calendar year.  IPA President-Elect is the only open office in 2016.  The election voting window will be Wednesday, March 16th (8:00 AM) to Wednesday, March 23rd (5:00 PM). Voting will not be allowed before or after these times.

On March 16th, eligible IPA voting members will receive an email with instructions about how to access the online ballot for IPA President-Elect.  Please direct questions to Lynne Woodrum, IPA Executive Assistant, at lynne@ilprincipals.org.

Voting irregularities may be reported to IPA Election Committee members:

, Principal, Lovejoy Elementary School, Alton (Southwestern Region)
, Principal, West Carroll Middle School, Mount Carroll  (Northwest Region)
Principal,Mayo Middle School, Paris (Illini Region)


Candidate(s) for President-Elect

Hattie Doyle

Name: 

Hattie Doyle

Present Position:

New Berlin High School Principal


Professional Training:


Educational Specialist, University of Illinois-Springfield - 2014, Educational Leadership

Master of Science, SIU Edwardsville - 2005, Educational Leadership

Bachelor of Arts, McKendree University - 1994, Biology/Secondary Education

 

Administrative Certification:

Illinois Administrative, Type 187 -  K-12 Superintendent’s Certification

Illinois Administrative, Type 75 - K-12  General Administrative


Teaching and Administrative Experience:
 

Administrative Experience

New Berlin CUSD #16-High School Principal, 2011-present

Waterloo CUSD #5- Curriculum Coordinator, 2009-2011

Valmeyer CUSD #3 - High School Principal, 2005-2009

Teaching Experience
Waterloo CUSD #5 -  High School Science Teacher, 1998-2005

Althoff Catholic High School  - High School Science Teacher, 1994-1995
 

Professional Organization Experience:

Illinois New Principal Mentoring Program Certified Mentor                  

IPA Southwestern Region State Director, 2010-2011

IPA Southwestern Region Director, 2008-2010

SEPLB Board Member Representing IPA, 2011-Present

IPA Abe Lincoln Region Membership Chair, 2011-2012

IPA Abe Lincoln Region Director, 2012-2013

IPA Abe Lincoln State Director, 2013-Present

NGSS State Committee, 2012-2014

edTPA State Committee, 2016
 

What do you see as the major issues the Illinois Principals Association should be addressing, and how do you foresee your role as IPA President-Elect, in providing leadership to address these issues?

           From the classroom to the capitol, education reform has triggered rapid change impacting every stakeholder.  The Illinois Principals Association continues to take a proactive approach in identifying and addressing the ever-evolving demands reform has placed on the profession while keeping the delivery of high quality service to each member a priority.  As IPA President-Elect, alongside IPA leadership, I will continue to advocate for students and administrators, design innovative professional development opportunities driven by education reform, and promote the services, resources, and supports available to every IPA member.

 


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