Unit I UniServ Director for the following schools: Barnhart, Berry, Billingsley, Brown, Craik, Davis, Diggs, FB Gwynn, Gale-Bailey, Hanson, Henson, Higdon, Indian Head, JC Parks, Jenifer, La Plata, Malcolm, Mattawoman, Matula, McDonough, Middleton, Mitchell,Mt Hope, Mudd, Nanjemoy Creek, Neal, Piccowaxen, Ryon, Somers, St Charles, Stethem, Stoddert, TC Martin, Turner, Wade
Unit I UniServ Director for the following schools: Lackey, North Point, Smallwood, Stone, Westlake
Veronica Golden graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2006 and began teaching art at McDonough High School, in 2008 Veronica began teaching art at Gale-Bailey Elementary. Veronica serves on the EACC Executive Board and is the Chair for the EACC Government Relations Committee.
Leslie Schroeck has been a member of EACC/MSEA/NEA for 31 years and is currently in her second term as EACC Treasurer. An active member of the association, she has served as an MSEA delegate, NEA delegate, building representative, Executive Board Member at Large, Negotiations Committee Chair, Bargaining Team Chair and Chief Negotiator. During her tenure
Cameron Ashbaugh is a 6th year teacher at Theodore G. Davis Middle School. Originally from Pennsylvania, Cameron went to Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), where he got his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Vocal Performance. After moving to Maryland and working for Charles County, Cameron was able to earn his teaching certificate in Music Education
“Ronda Goldman-Thompson has been teaching for over 13 years and has served in the ecumenical, independent, and now public sectors of Education. She advocates for the initiatives that support Educators such as: fair pay and benefits, inclusive workplaces, bargaining and Educator voice. She champions initiatives that position Educators to guide policy and set budgets at
Denise began teaching elementary general music in Charles County Public Schools in 2005. Previously, she was a long term music substitute from 2002 – 2005. In addition to serving on the Executive Board as a Member at Large, she serves on Government Relations Committee for EACC. She also is on Executive Board of the Arts
Chelsey is in her 5th year of teaching in Charles County. She teaches third grade at William B. Wade Elementary school. Though she is an early career educator, her union leadership experiences began 10 years ago as a teacher candidate in college. Chelsey’s passion to teach runs alongside her passion to advocate for educators and
Just beginning his 22nd year of teaching, Peter has taught at the elementary, middle, high school, and collegiate levels over the years. He has taught choral & orchestral music, art, math, science, social studies, english, nutrition, guitar, computer skills, STEM, and more! Using his vocal skills, he has advocated for teachers as a building representative
Unit II Members – refers to directors, coordinators, principals, vice principals, administrative assistants, supervisors, specialists, assistant supervisors, psychologists, and pupil personnel workers.