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MCEA

Missouri Marketing & Cooperative Education Association (MCEA) members are individuals involved and interested in marketing and cooperative education at the secondary, postsecondary and adult levels.  Teachers, administrators and students preparing for the teaching profession benefit from publications, professional development activities and opportunities for recognition and leadership.

MCEA Board Members

Amy Franklin, President
Pleasant Hill HS
(816) 540-3111 ext 5115 - phone
[email protected]

Grant Jenkins, President-Elect
Ozark HS
(417) 582-5901 - phone
[email protected]

Raghib Muhammad, Past-President
McCluer South-Berkeley HS
(314) 506-9847 - phone
[email protected]

Katie Laurentius, Senior Board Member
Four Rivers Career Center/Washington HS
(636) 231-2200 ext. 9928 - phone
[email protected]

Kaci Mitchell, Junior Board Member
Gibson Technical Center
(417) 272-3271 - phone
[email protected]

Stephanie Williams, Secretary
Cameron HS
(816) 632-2129 - phone
[email protected]

Xanthe Meyer, Treasurer
Parkway South HS
(314) 415-7788 ext. 59725 - phone
[email protected]

Lori Niekamp, MCEA Liaison
DESE
(573) 751-8665 - phone
[email protected]

Chrissy Bashore, MCEA Liaison
DESE
​(573) 522-6540 - phone
[email protected]

 

 

Missouri Association of Career and Technical Education (MoACTE)

MCEA is a division of the Missouri Association for Career and Technical Education (MoACTE). MoACTE has several purposes and Career and Technical Education would not be where it is today without its dedication to our field and its teachers. 

MoACTE Purpose:

  1. To unite in one statewide organization those persons who are interested in career, practical arts, technical and vocational education.
  2. To establish and maintain active leadership in all types of career, practical arts, technical and vocational education.
  3. To render service in promoting and stabilizing career, practical arts, technical and vocational education.
  4. To provide an open forum for the study and discussion of all questions involved in career, practical arts, technical and vocational education.
  5. To work with other states and agencies for the advancement of career, practical arts, technical and vocational education, in the state, and in the United States, and as an ally of the Association of Career and Technical Education.
  6. To encourage the further development and improvement of all programs of education related to career, practical arts, technical and vocational education and supportive services.
  7. To emphasize and encourage the promotion, improvement and expansion of programs of part-time and adult career, practical arts, technical and vocational education.
  8. To support local, state and national legislation for career, practical arts, technical and vocational education.