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As Massachusetts delegates, we have the honor of voting on a multitude of nationwide issues. Topics this year ranged from amendments to the NEA's constitution to LGBTQ awareness and electing new NEA leaders.
The delegates voted for a new NEA President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer, Executive Commitee offices and At-Large ESP. Making history, the president-elect, Lily Eskelsem Garcia; vice president-elect, Rebecca Pringle; and Secretary-Treasurer, Princess Moss, are the first all-minority and all-female officer team to head the country's largest union. You can read the article here.