2016-2017 NJFEA State Officers

NJFEA State Director, Mr. Larry Fieber, is very pleased to announce that the following students have been selected as State Officers for the New Jersey Future Educators Association for the 2016-17 school year:

 

IMG_1359Clifford Kyei, President, American History High School – Clifford aspires to become a high school chemistry) teacher. He is a poet and a writer. Clifford also plays soccer, volleyball, dances, acts, and sings in his church and school choirs. Clifford additionally enjoys photography and photo and video editing. He is an alumnus of the All Stars Project, Development School for Youth.

 

 

IMG_1360Julia Melao, Vice President, Arthur L. Johnson High School, Clark Public Schools – Julia aspires to become a high school math or physics teacher. She sings and plays guitar, is a leader at her Youth Group, and is a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society. Julia is also co- founder of the PV Youth Advisory Group.

 

 

IMG_1364Emily Normand, Secretary, Allentown High School, Upper Freehold Regional School District – Emily aspires to become a special education teacher at the elementary or middle school levels. She currently serves as president of her school’s NJFEA chapter. Emily plays field hockey, enjoys learning new things, and helping others.

 

 

IMG_1365Naomi Campbell, Northern Region Representative, Liberty High School, Jersey City Public Schools – Naomi aspires to become a high school language arts teacher. She enjoys writing and poetry, and is interested in natural hair care study and learning how to sew.   Naomi serves as vice president of a city-wide student council (2016-17), is a member of her NJFEchapter, and has helped coordinate the first Black History Month celebration for the past two years at her school. Naomi is a member of the National Honor Society.

 

 

IMG_1366Irvic Gondor, Central Region RepresentativeNottingham High School, Hamilton School District – Irvic aspires to become a high school math or science teacher. He is a 4-year football player at Nottingham High School, and is also a member of his school’s Marching Unit. Irvic is currently involved in a variety of other extra-curricular activities.


 

IMG_1367Shannon Brogan, Southern Region Representative, Burlington Township High School, Burlington Township School District – Shannon aspires to become an elementary teacher. She enjoys creative writing, teaching and tutoring younger children at a local day care center, drawing, and reading.   Shannon is a member of the Key Club and NJFEA.