The new year has brought some change to our Board of Directors. We thank the following four outstanding leaders for their service to our Board. They have all played instrumental roles in guiding our mission with their insight and expertise. We are eternally grateful for the countless time they have given to ACE of Florida throughout their tenure as members of the Board of Directors.
Angela Perpilus, Assistant Director, Travis Technical College Angela Perpilus is the Assistant Director of Travis Technical College in Polk County and served on the ACE Board of Directors for the past 2 years. During her short time on the board, Angela provided a fresh and new perspective. She served on many committees, helped tremendously at the conferences and was a great representative for District X. Her dedicated service to adult education and ACE of Florida is greatly appreciated and we thank her for her time on the Board
Martha Compton, Director, Florida Panhandle Technical College Martha Compton is the Director of Florida Panhandle Technical College and served on the ACE Board of Directors for 6 years. Martha is a fierce advocate for small districts and adult education. Throughout her time as an ACE Board Member, she provided invaluable knowledge and expertise to lead ACE and adult education in a positive direction. Martha served on numerous committees, provided clear visions for the future of ACE and was always there when needed. In her early years as an ACE of Florida Board Member, she was nominated for and awarded the ACE Achievement Award for Administrator of the Year. Her high level of commitment to her students, staff, and community that has played an immense role in her success in adult education and as an ACE Board Member. Martha, thank you for your endless support and service on the Board.
Shannah Kosek, Supervisor, Adult and Community Education for the School District of Clay County Shannah Kosek was the Supervisor of Adult and Community Education for the School District of Clay County and served on the ACE Board of Directors for 4 years. During that time, Shannah played an instrumental role in advancing the mission of ACE through her service on the executive board as the treasurer. In this role, Shannah was able to help ACE remain fiscally responsible while carrying out meaningful, timely and relevant professional development. She will be missed in her role in ACE and Adult Education in Florida! Thank you, Shannah, for all that you did during your time on the ACE Board.