Chambers named KBEA president


Lori Chambers, computer teacher at Kenneth Henderson Middle School,

Lori Chambers, computer teacher at Kenneth Henderson Middle School,

was chosen as president of the Kansas Business Education Association

(KBEA) for 2013 during the organization's convention on Oct. 11 in

Wichita. Chambers will serve a one-year term in this role.

KBEA members were given the opportunity to experience personal and

professional growth during the two-day conference with a keynote

speaker, exhibits and workshops.

KBEA is an organization of business teachers from across the state of

Kansas. Their mission is to promote an understanding of the general

objectives of business teaching on the part of the business teachers in

middle and high schools, private schools, parochial schools and colleges

across Kansas.

They also promote and facilitate programs and activities within the

state, designed to assist all business teachers, help them grow in their

profession and improve business education in Kansas.

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