Members of the National Humanities Center’s 2017–18 Teacher Advisory Council gathered at the Center for a two-day orientation and planning meeting on September 7 and 8, 2017.
Selected from schools in twelve states, the Teacher Advisory Council is a 14-member board that supports the Education Programs of the National Humanities Center for a one-year term of service. Chosen to represent multiple disciplines in the humanities, these teacher leaders accept an active role in the development, evaluation, and promotion of NHC materials and projects.
Members of this year’s Council include:
- Victoria Ade, West Morris Central High School, Long Valley, NJ
- John Aragona, Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh, NC
- Sarah Arnold, Elkhorn Area School District, WI
- Shu-Ying Bonner, Kea’au High School, HI.
- Jason Chohonis, Cutler Bay High School, Miami, FL
- Carly Hill, Timberline High School, Boise, ID
- Teresa Kim, Vista Unified School District, Vista, CA
- Jamie Lathan, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Durham, NC
- Stephen Kekoa Miller, Oakwood Friends School, Poughkeepsie, NY
- Jacqueline Stallworth, Lee High School in Arlington, VA
- Vicky Stockton, New York State School for the Deaf, Rome, NY
- Jenny Snoddy, Walton High School, Marietta, GA
- Pam Su’a, Jordan School District, West Jordan, UT
- Cherry Whipple, Austin High School, Austin, TX