FREE SENGinar: Post Conference Open House and SENG 20/20 Legacy Goals
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About The Event
We Need You! SENG is actively seeking individuals to offer their creative talents and expertise in the growth and transformation of the organization.
Please join us on October 15th as SENG live-streams a FREE SENGinar to the public with the purpose of identifying champions the the mission and vision of SENG. During this special Post-Conference "Open House" President Evelyn Metcalf and President-elect Dr. Kristina Henry Collins will share a transparent view of the future of SENG to include organizational restructure, expansion of volunteer corps, and transformation of existing programs all designed to to create a more inclusive and shared vision for SENG.
Won’t you please join SENG on October 15th, as they also further outline the 20/20 Legacy Goals briefly summarized in the October 2019 issue of SENGvine. This is definitely an exciting time to become a SENG member with purpose-driven intent and active participation to champion our 2020-2021 transformational efforts.
About the Presenters:
Dr. Kristina Henry Collins is a graduate of the The University of Georgia, where she earned a Ph.D. in educational psychology. She also holds an Ed.S. in educational psychology from the The University of Georgia, a M.S.Ed. in mathematics from Jacksonville State University, a B.S. in engineering from the University of Alabama, and a Military Science diploma in cryptology from the United States Navy. Dr. Collins has many years of experience with STEM teaching and leading in Title I middle schools and high schools. Her professional certifications include technology education, AP computer science, and educational leadership/administration. At Texas State University, she teaches courses related to talent development and gifted education.
Evelyn Metcalf currently teaches second grade at the Barringer Academic Center, Charlotte, NC. She has taught in regular and gifted education for the past 20 years in both Ohio and NC. Evelyn is a facilitator for SENG Model Parent Groups and represented SENG as NC’s state liaison. She has presented at OAGC and NCAGT conferences, in addition to the New Hanover County School system in Wilmington, NC. For the previous four years she taught third grade at a charter school for highly gifted in Charlotte, NC and served on its Vision Committee. Evelyn earned her masters degree and gifted license at Kent State University.