OEA Women’s Caucus
Contact person: Angel Dyer-Sanchez - chair
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OEA LGBTQ Caucus
We advocate for continuing to improve the working conditions for LGBTQ+ educators across Ohio, as well as advocate for LGBTQ+ youth in public education.

Contact person: Daniel Redman- Chair
Website: oealgbtqcaucus.com
Social media: OEA GLBT Caucus

OEA Hispanic Caucus
To promote and protect the professional rights, welfare and human rights of Hispanics. To assist Hispanics to assume leadership positions at all levels of OEA. To assist and monitor the OEA with its decision-making policies concerning Hispanics. To continually educate and sensitize the OEA about the needs of Hispanics in Ohio. To advocate excellence in the education of Hispanics in Ohio. To promote the contributions and achievements of Hispanics in Ohio.

Contact person: Sophia Rodriguez- Chair
Facebook: Hispanic Caucus
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OEA Doris L. Allen Minority Caucus (DLAMC)
To fulfill the need for equity as minority educators in today's society, the DLAMC shall:
• Promote understanding of and, advocate for minority concerns and issues
• Facilitate equitable opportunities for minorities within the education profession
• Provide for internal and external networking to achieve common goals

Contact person: Lorna Ferguson- Treasurer
Website: www.dlamc.groupsite.com
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OEA BAT Caucus
Mission and vision The OEA BAT Caucus is an active, working caucus, with much of our work done at Representative Assemblies. The OEA BAT Caucus is open to OEA Members who agree with our purpose to:
• Promote and defend public education and our noble professions
• Advance pro-public education policies and lobbying efforts by OEA
• Advocate that educators are the primary experts on their students' needs
• Advance equity through social justice
To join, please complete this form. The link for dues and NEA BAT Caucus form is embedded within it.

Contact person: Brittany Alexander- Chair
Website: www.badassteacher.org
Twitter @BadassTeachersA
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Campaigning to Win (CTW) — CTW is an intense hands-on workshop that teaches leaders how to conduct a winning campaign for elected office. The basic skills and strategies provided will help you determine if running for an elected office is truly your goal.

This session is targeted at members new to Association training.

Free for all OEA members.
Where: Embassy Suites by Hilton Columbus Airport. 2886 Airport Dr, Columbus, OH 43219
When: March 9th, 2019

Agenda
8:30 Registration/breakfast
2:45 Closing

Registration is required.
To register
Log in (or create an account)
Page/Scroll down to "Campaign to Win - Training"
Select "going" from the drop down menu.
Wait a moment for it to register.
That's it!

OEA board of Directors Unit 3
(Three-year term ending July 14th, 2022)

OEA board of Directors Unit 4
(Unexpired term ending July 14th, 2020)

OEA board of Directors Unit 6
(Three-year term ending July 14th, 2022)

OEA board of Directors Unit 8
(Unexpired term ending July 14th, 2021)

Central Area 1 Representative
(Three-year term ending August 31st, 2022)

Central Area 2 Representative
(Three-year term ending August 31st, 2022)

Central Area 3 Representative
(Three-year term ending August 31st, 2022)

Central Area 5 Representative
(Three-year term ending August 31st, 2022)

For OEA Board of Directors positions, candidates must submit this form to William Baird no later than February 10th, 2019.
For Central positions, candidates must mail this form to Central no later than February 26th, 2019.

Join us on March 9, 2019 at the Embassy Suites Airport Hotel for Central OEA’s Power Up! professional development conference.
Earn CEU’s, hang out with friends, network with colleagues, and Power Up with relevant, timely PD! Through this conference Central OEA offers professional development and CEUs which can be used toward license renewal.

This conference, as with all of Centrals conferences, is free to all Central OEA members.

Register NOW!

you can choose from several options for the day. Whether you are a teacher, bus driver, school counselor, paraprofessional, etc., you will have options that are appropriate for your professional growth.

There will be a two hour presentation on Restorative Practices. Classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse and challenging. We need skills and knowledge to best meet the challenges of leading learning in a diverse world.

There will also be a two hour session on Student Mental Health. We need the knowledge to better understand the unique social/emotional needs of our students.

These sessions will be repeated in the afternoon to provide you with the most flexibility in designing your conference experience.

The conference will also offer one hour sessions on Financial Planning, Gifted Education, Special Education and Legal considerations with the use of Social Media.

Please join us and bring a colleague or two. See you on March 9, 2019 at the Embassy Suites Airport Hotel. Registration is required.

Agenda

8:30 Registration/breakfast
9:00 Welcome
9.15 Session 1
10:30 Session 2
11:45 Lunch
12:30 Session 3
1:45 Session 4
2:45 Closing

Complimentary continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Click Here to Register NOW!

Download the flyer here

Detailed session descriptions can be found by clicking read more.

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