Kim Miller Elected President of West Virginia Association of School Administrators

Kim Miller, Superintendent of Ohio County Schools, has been appointed as the President of the West Virginia Association of School Administrators (WVASA) for the upcoming school year. Expressing her gratitude for this opportunity, Miller looks forward to representing administrators across the state and serving her colleagues with dedication.

The WVASA holds a vital role in supporting both current and aspiring public school administrators in West Virginia. Miller emphasizes the organization’s mission, which involves providing guidance to state lawmakers on education policy and advocating for the improvement of public education.

In her role as president, Miller will oversee various activities aimed at enhancing the professional development of administrators. This includes organizing meetings, facilitating staff development sessions, and offering mentorship opportunities for new administrators. Additionally, the WVASA provides regular updates on legal matters affecting school administration.

Miller’s leadership philosophy revolves around the idea of surrounding oneself with talented individuals to achieve greatness. She believes in fostering a supportive environment where collaboration and innovation thrive.

During her one-year term as president, Miller aims to ensure that the voices of administrators from all regions of West Virginia are heard. Most meetings will be conducted virtually or held in Bridgeport, West Virginia, to accommodate participants statewide.

Miller acknowledges the importance of representation within the organization and is committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity. She considers it a great honor to hold the position of president and is dedicated to advancing the goals of the WVASA.

As she transitions into her new role, Miller is excited about the opportunity to collaborate with administrators from across the state. Together, they will work towards furthering the mission of the WVASA and improving the quality of education in West Virginia.

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