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NCLA Board Member Selected for Ohio ACTE’s Ambassador Award - Nancy Mulvey, Great Oaks Career Campuses
In 1986, Nancy Mulvey began her education career as a math instructor at Great Oaks. Since then, she has been working tirelessly to further the impact of career-technical education and increase career-technical opportunities. Nancy worked to bring school-based mental health programs to Great Oaks, and led a redesign of special education delivery. She was a founding member of the District Equity Committee, with the goal of increasing inclusion, equity, and respect in the school. As Dean of Diamond Oaks Career Campus, she made sure career-tech has a presence in the community. She involved the campus in the Harvest Home Parade, a tradition in the community. In addition to her work with Great Oaks, she serves on the national NCLA Board and is a past president, she is a member of the ACTE Administrative Policy Committee, and, locally, she is on the Board of the Sharonville Chamber of Commerce. She is a four-time OACTE Pacesetter Award winner, and was a member of the Aspiring Superintendents Academy.
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