Director Elected to School Board Association
School board member Mark B. Miller is now on the board of directors for the Pennsylvania School Boards Association.
- By Tom Sofield November 3, 2011
Centennial School District School Director Mark B. Miller was recently elected to serve on the 2012 Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, according to a release.
Miller, who was voted second vice president, was one of one of several elected to serve on the 26-member board of directors for the nonprofit state-wide organization that works to improve public schools in Pennsylvania. The officers were elected in mid-October during the PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference in Hershey.
The Upper Southampton resident, who works as a consultant and artist manager/agent, currently serves as PSBA assistant regional director for Bucks County, co-chair of the Keystone State Education Coalition and on the school district’s finance committee.
The release states, Miller graduated from Central High School in Philadelphia, Pierce Business College, Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science, and Temple University.
Also elected to the board of directors: Robert Lumley-Sapanski (Bellefonte Area School Board), Marcela Diaz Myers (Lower Dauphin School District), Jody M. Sperry (Conneaut School District), and Marianne L. Neel West (Jefferson Hills School Board.)