Fisher named VP of Georgia Council for Exceptional Children
Karin Fisher, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Elementary and Special Education, was named the vice president for the Georgia Council for Exceptional Children (GCEC). Election includes a four year term commitment including: vice president (2019-2020), president-elect (2020-2021), president (2021-2022), and past-president (2022-2023). As the faculty advisor for the Georgia Southern Student Council for Exceptional Children, Fisher played a role the state’s executive board in the past. Her new role as vice president will allow her to take her expertise and passion to a new level with the Georgia Chapter of the national CEC.
The announcement of Fisher’s nomination and receipt of position on the executive board was announced on the opening day of the Georgia Special Education IDEAS Conference on June 4. Fisher’s term will officially begin on July 1.
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