Evansville’s Beth Oswald selected to serve on Teacher Advisory Council of national non-profit group

Beth Oswald

Evansville teacher – and WEAC Region 6 member – Beth Oswald has been selected by national nonprofit organization Hope Street Group as one of only 15 educators nationwide to join its first Teacher Advisory Council (TAC) through the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years.

“On the TAC, I will be working with educators from across the country, collaborating with members boasting a variety of experiences and expertise, to provide feedback on HSG’s programs, operations and connectivity among its active and ‘alumni’ Teacher Fellows,” said Oswald a 7th grade world history teacher.

“This honor is a reflection of the outstanding education community in Evansville, Wisconsin, as well as the support provided through my continued membership in WEAC and the NEA,” she said.

Oswald served as a Hope Street Group National Teacher Fellow in 2014-2015, leading peer engagement including data collection, decision-maker engagement, and strategic communications like Twitter chats, op-eds and blogs. She said her motivation to apply for this position stems from her love of teaching and her belief that teacher-leadership roles, like HSG’s Teacher Advisory Council, are vital in sustaining and advancing the profession.

You can see more on HSG’s Teacher Fellows programs here, and the Teacher Fellow Alumni Network (TFAN), under which the TAC is a primary leadership role, here.

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