Building Leadership and Vision For Your National Art Honor Society Chapter

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Building Leadership and Vision For Your National Art Honor Society Chapter
Tuesday, August 2, 2016 | 7-8 pm ET
NAEA Members: FREE; Non-Members: $49

More than 54,000 students worldwide are members of the National Art Honor Society programs! Join successful National Art Honor Society (NAHS) and National Junior Art Honor Society (NJAHS) sponsors as they share insights into their schools' dynamic programs fostering student leadership, scholarship, and community service through the visual arts. Find out more about opportunities available to NAHS/NJAHS students and sponsors (including NAHS Creative Industries Studio in Washington, DC this fall). Discover how to make the visual arts more visible at your school with the National Art Honor Society programs!


Cappie Dobyns

Art Educator, NAEA Outstanding NJAHS Sponsor, NAHS Council Middle-Level Member-at-Large

Cappie Dobyns, a 25 year veteran, is an art / gifted and talented educator and an NAEA Outstanding NJAHS Sponsor. She also serves as the Middle Level Member at Large on the National Council of the NAHS. She earned her Master of Science in Teaching at Drake University where she is also currently a PhD candidate. While teaching adolescents at Ames Middle School gives her life purpose, she feels empowered through her differing volunteer roles within the Art Educators of Iowa (and, past work within the Texas Art Educator Association).

Josh Drews

Visual Arts Educator and NAEA Secondary Division Director-Elect

Josh Drews has been teaching visual art at Spring Valley since 2001. He has helped develop arts curriculum for South Carolina, including co-authoring the 2017 and 2010 SC Media Arts standards and writing the SC curriculum guide for Media Arts, Media Arts (Design) and Printmaking. He is currently the NAEA Secondary Division Coordinator-Elect and a past president of the South Carolina Art Education Association. He is also an avid printmaker and working artist. He is proud to have a deep passion for teaching art, students, comic books, video games, his wife, and battle cat Tobias.

Heather Rose

NAEA Senior Member Services and NAHS Programs Coordinator

Heather R. Overvold is the Senior Member Services and NAHS Programs Coordinator at NAEA, where she provides customer service to NAEA members and helps develop the NAHS and NJAHS programs. Before beginning her career at NAEA, Heather earned her Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and Design from James Madison University and her Master of Arts in Arts Management from George Mason University.

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