TEA Representative Assembly Delegates Elect New Leaders

Gera Summerford, a math teacher at Gatlinburg Pittman High School in Sevier County, was elected president of the 55,000-member Tennessee Education Association (TEA) at the organization’s annual meeting June 4-5 in Nashville. Barbara Gray, assistant principal at Northhaven Elementary School in Shelby County, was elected TEA vice president in a three-way race for that position. Summerford and Gray assumed their two-year terms as leaders of the state’s largest professional organization July 1, 2010.

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