NEA Student Program Members Elect New President

Nearly 100 student delegates to NEA’s Representative Assembly in New Orleans on Monday elected their new board of directors. Pictured left to right: Chair, Tommie Leaders (Nebraska), Katie Kreis (Illinois), Ashley Rogers (Virginia), and Brandan Trahan (Louisiana).

Jermaine Coleman, outgoing chair of the NEA Student Program, is pictured at left with Leaders, an elementary education major at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Leaders will serve a two-year term.

It’s been a busy week for members of the NEA Student Program. This past weekend, hundreds descended on a local high school, giving it a massive facelift as part of the 15th Outreach to Teach event.

  • Kimberly Talamantes

    Way to go Tommie! I knew you could do it. Congratulations to you and the rest of the board! I am positive all of you will do an amazing job.

  • Devan

    Congratulations Brandan! Great job with everything you’ve done. Keep up the good work, you’ll do great things for NEA.. Also, congrats to all the other new members as well!

  • Terry Holden

    Way to go student members electing Brandan Trahan to your board of directors. He is AWESOME. He may ne NEA President some day! SO proud of all you have become Brandan.

  • Terry Holden

    Sorry for the careless misspelling. He may BE NEA President some day.

  • Barb Schroeder

    I am so glad to see you were elected. I am sure you will represent Nebraska and other student education members with professionalism. Your attention to education issues and smiling personality will give other students incentive to stay involved or get involved as a future educator. Best wishes for the next two years.
    Barb Schroeder
    Omaha Education Member and Metro Area Board Member

  • Great job Tommie! We will be there for you every step of the way.
    THANK YOU for all the great things you have done here in Nebraska. Keep in touch. If you are ever in this part of the states (North Western Nebraska) we would love to have you stop by again.

    SEAN President Chadron State College
    Mark Wollesen
    Chadron, Nebraska