New Officers For Psi State TN Chapter Of National Kappa Kappa Iota Installed

Monday, May 16, 2022
From left, standing, Cathy Norton President Gamma Chapter, Judy McCready Vice President Gamma Chapter, Marsha Doebler First Vice President Gamma Chapter, Nancy Rohling Third Vice President Kappa Chapter, Pam Randolph Recording Secretary Kappa Chapter, Chris Hockert Treasurer Gamma Chapter, Immediate Past President Barbara Baker Kappa Chapter (observing at table on right is newly initiated member of Gamma Chapter Elizabeth Newby).
From left, standing, Cathy Norton President Gamma Chapter, Judy McCready Vice President Gamma Chapter, Marsha Doebler First Vice President Gamma Chapter, Nancy Rohling Third Vice President Kappa Chapter, Pam Randolph Recording Secretary Kappa Chapter, Chris Hockert Treasurer Gamma Chapter, Immediate Past President Barbara Baker Kappa Chapter (observing at table on right is newly initiated member of Gamma Chapter Elizabeth Newby).

Psi State Members of Gamma and Kappa Chapters attended the State Convention luncheon at Logan’s Road House. After the business meeting was held Past State President Barbara Garrison conducted the installation ceremony of new officers for 2022-2023.  

Seated Past State President Barbara Garrison L-R Officers installed Cathy Norton President, Judy McCready Vice President, Marsha Doebler First Vice President, Nancy Rohling Third Vice President, Pam Randolph Recording Secretary, Chris Hockert Treasurer, Barbara Baker Immediate Past State President.  Observing the ceremony is newly initiated Gamma Chapter member Elizabeth Newby.

The purpose of National Kappa Kappa Iota shall be to promote the advancement of education by providing an effective network for the exchange of education and teaching practices by educators. Judy McCready stated that she is proud to be a member of National Kappa Kappa Iota and the scholarship opportunities available for members as well as for those who are entering the field of education.



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