ASBO - MD & DC Announce Winner of the Fay Miller Education Leadership Eagle Institute Award
- Created on Monday, 25 June 2012 16:19
Dr. Michael J. Martirano, Superintendent of Schools, 301-475-5511 ext. 178
Mr. Gregory V. Nourse, Chief of Fiscal Services and Human Resources, 301-475-5511 ext. 247
LEONARDTOWN, MD - On June 4, 2011, Mr. John Lang, Executive Director of the Maryland-District of Columbia chapter of the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) announced that Victoria (Vicky) Mayle, Procurement Coordinator for St. Mary’s County Public Schools, is the recipient of the 2012 Fay Miller Education Leadership Eagle Institute Award. The award was established in 2011 in honor of Fay Miller of Kent County Public Schools (retired) and is given to an ASBO member who exemplifies a commitment to education, stellar leadership, volunteerism, and belief in life-long learning. The Eagle Institute is an annual event sponsored by ASBO International designed for school business leaders to explore current “school business management issues through a historical lens”. This exclusive 2012 event will be held in historic Philadelphia, PA July 24 – 27, 2012, is limited to 40 participants and will focus on The Leader As Negotiator. For more information visit: www.asbointl.org/eagleinstitute.
Mr. Greg Nourse, Chief of Fiscal Services and Human Resources said, “Vicky is an exemplary employee who has contributed greatly to modernizing and streamlining our procurement process. She has saved the school system hundreds of thousands of dollars through her diligence and perseverance in procuring the highest quality products at the most favorable price”. Vicky is honored to have been chosen as the second recipient of this prestigious award and stated, “ASBO is an amazing organization that provides professional development, leadership opportunities, networking forums, cost saving initiatives, and a host of other benefits to its members. I feel privileged to be associated with such a fine organization and I thank Dr. Martirano, Superintendent of Schools, for encouraging staff participation in ASBO.” A member since 1999, Vicky serves as a Director at Large for ASBO MD-DC’s Board of Directors, is on the professional development committee, and is the local liaison for St. Mary’s County Public Schools members.