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Finis Engleman Award

Finis EnglemanDr. Finis Engleman was an educator of international stature and a Founding Father of NESA. In recognition of the late Dr. Engleman’s unparalleled service to international education, the NESA Board of Directors bestows its Finis Engleman Award on an educator whose “outstanding dedication and service to schools in the NESA region reflect the meritorious contributions of a man whose memory will always be special in the annals of NESA.” It is the highest honor the organization can give.

 

The NESA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the 2013 recipient of NESA's "Finis Engleman Award" is TERESA ARPIN, President of Transformation Systems, Ltd.

This award, named for an outstanding educator and a founding father of NESA, is presented to an individual who has made a significant, long-term contribution to international education.

In receiving this award, Teresa joins the ranks of other illustrious educators and organizations that have received the Finis Engleman Award and brings honor to herself, to NESA and to international educators everywhere.

Dr Arpin will accept the Finis Engleman Award at the 2013 NESA Fall Leadership Conference in Kathmandu.


TERESA ARPIN is the President of Transformation Systems, Ltd., working with educational organizations both in the US and internationally since 1996. She specializes in leadership development, strategic planning and organizational transformation. Dr Arpin spent 29 years in an urban school district in Michigan where she focused on instruction, assessment and program evaluation. She has conducted leadership development programs, facilitated strategic planning processes and helped schools measure the impact of their strategic plans. Dr Arpin has worked with boards of education, schools and school districts large and small across the United States and internationally, including: China, Poland, France, Czech Republic, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Russia, Japan, Singapore, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. Her work has also included facilitating strategic planning processes for three international regional education associations, which include NESA, CEESA and EARCOS.   

 

 

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