The Board of Education today appointed 13 county residents to two-year terms on the Executive Panel of the countywide Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC), a 30-member panel that advises the Board on issues affecting the school system.

The vacancies filled by today’s appointments came about through resignations or the expiration of terms of former representatives. The panel consists of:

  • Two members from each high school cluster, one representing elementary schools and one representing secondary schools
  • Two at-large county-wide representatives
  • One at-large member designated by the President of the Anne Arundel County Council of PTAs to represent its interests
  • One at-large member designated by the Special Education Citizen Advisory Committee to represent special education interests across the county
  • One at-large member designated by the Chairperson of the Parent Involvement Advisory Council to represent its interests across the county
  • One military representative

Appointed to two-year terms today were:

  • Jennifer Calabro, Annapolis cluster, elementary schools representative
  • Leigh-Ann Hass, Arundel cluster, elementary schools representative
  • Jessica Snell-Johns, Broadneck cluster, elementary schools representative
  • Brandon Gulley, Broadneck cluster, secondary schools representative
  • Stacey Creque-Smoot, North County cluster, elementary schools representative
  • Bill Atkinson, North County cluster, secondary schools representative
  • Harlan Kefalas, Meade cluster, elementary schools representative
  • Gina Smith, Meade cluster, secondary school representative
  • Tyrnita Moore, Old Mill cluster, secondary schools representative
  • Leigh Mann, Southern cluster, secondary schools representative
  • Corey Lively, military representative
  • Heather Terech. at-large representative
  • James Knipple, at-large representative

More information on the CAC can be found here.