Two new staff members have joined the Kane County’s Regional Office of Education team.
Jenna Moller has been selected to fill the open position of professional learning coordinator, and Molly McQueeny will fill the role of communications/website coordinator. Both are existing positions with the ROE.
Before joining the Kane ROE, Moller worked as an instructional coach at Harvard School District 50 and as an English teacher at Jacobs High School.
She will be serving the Professional Learning Department by leading initiatives such as Inspire, the new professional learning subscription box, and Branching Out, a weekly video blog with tips to use in the classroom, and other supporting roles within the Professional Learning Department.
McQueeny graduated from Carthage College with degrees in marketing and graphic design. She has had internships with Jockey International and Make-A-Wish.
McQueeny will oversee internal and external communications, monitor social media and maintain the Kane County Regional Office of Education website.
About The Regional Office of Education
The Regional Office of Education’s mission is to advocate for education, provide leadership, perform regulatory functions, and coordinate state and local services for educators, school districts, and the community. For more information, email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or call the main office at 630 232 5955.
SOURCE: Kane County Regional Office of Education news release