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Education employees tell why they are proud to be members of Missouri NEA and NEA.
Joplin NEA leaders talk about what it means to be a member of the NEA family.
Columbia MNEA President Susan McClintic tells why she's a member of Missouri NEA. McClintic also represents education employees on the Missouri Public School Retirement Board of Trustees.
Rita Johnson, Springfield NEA member and high school counselor, tells why she values Missouri NEA.
Normandy Middle School Counselor Laura Johnson tells about the important role counselors play in creating great schools for all students.
Paul Stanley, Rockwood NEA, tells why he is proud to be a Missouri NEA member.
Moira McCracken, Parkway NEA, tells why she is proud to be a Missouri NEA member.
Connie Levels, Parkway NEA, tells why she is proud to be a Missouri NEA member.
Carmen Hill why nurses join MNEA
Hickman Mills NEA President Rosie Davis tells why she values Missouri NEA and shares why she believes educators should be education advocates.
Independence NEA member Christopher Eager speaks about the power and promise of collective voice for public education.
Ferguson-Florissant NEA member Lou Ann Rohrer talks about education advocacy and Missouri NEA's advocacy on behalf of Missouri's children.
Columbia MNEA member Leigh Spence, director of guidance at Columbia's Battle High School, talks about why she is proud to be a school counselor and a member of Missouri NEA.
Springfield ESP member Carey Cook tells why he's proud to be a member of Missouri NEA.
Surilla Shaw tells why she is a proud member of NEA St. Louis.
Jaime Flaharty tells why she is a proud member of Ritenour NEA.