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Washington, D.C. (June 26, 2007) The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE)welcomes Gail Mobley Bozeman as the new Vice President for Meetings, Events and Exhibits.
Bozeman comes to AACTE with more than twenty years of experience in program management and she is the former Vice President for Event Management at the American Advertising Federation (AAF) where she was employed for twelve years. She coordinated efforts for the ADDY Awards, AAF Advertising Hall of Fame,AAF Advertising Hall of Achievement, the Mosaic Awards and Most Promising Minority Students Program. The AAF is the largest advertising industry association with more than 50,000 professional members.
Bozeman spent four years as manager of programs and events for the Maryland Suburban Building IndustryAssociation. She also was a former social service representative for the U.S. Army Community Service in Camp Casey, Korea where she served as a liaison between the U.S. Embassy and Korean immigration officials. In addition she spent four years as program coordinator of the Virginia Region VIII Weatherization Program, an energy conservation non-profit providing services to northern Virginia counties and municipalities.
“I look forward to working for AACTE and contributing to this dynamic and well-respected organization,” says Bozeman. “This exciting opportunity provides me with the ability to have a positive impact on AACTE’s future growth as they are the foremost organization representing teacher educators in the country.”“AACTE is thrilled to welcome Gail and her impressive management experience to our ranks. She will help us build on our strong tradition of program quality as we seek to realize our potential for growth” says Dr. Sharon P. Robinson, president and CEO of AACTE.
Bozeman received her bachelors of science in public administration and political science from Florida A&M University and her certificate in event management from the George Washington University.