Title: Assistant Superintendant (Retired)
Company: Meridian Public Schools
Location: The Villages, FL, United States
THE VILLAGES, FL, June 10, 2013, Jeanne Phillips, Ed.D., Retired Assistant Superintendent for Meridian Public Schools, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational administration.
Dr. Phillips specializes in curriculum development, teaching processes, and brain growth studies, and over the course of an illustrious career, she has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience. Prior to her retirement from her duties as assistant superintendent, she was in charge of training and supervising teachers, developing curriculum, and overseeing special education, and talented and gifted programs and principals. She developed a String Program for MPS, served as an adjunct professor, and consulted for the Mississippi State Department of Education to level one schools.
Dr. Phillips was inspired to pursue her current career path by a desire to make the most of her passion for helping and teaching others. She has always loved helping children to learn and to excel. She is the former president of Alpha Delta Kappa, and she was also the president of the Meridian Symphony Orchestra for 15 years. She served as president of Phi Delta Kappa, and she is currently on the board of the Meridian Art Museum, and a member of AASA, the rotary club, and the alumni of Mississippi Southern University. She is currently president of the Mississippi Association for Women. Dr. Phillips was named a Golden Sister of Alpha Delta Kappa, Arts Educator of the Year in 1991 by Meridian Public Schools, and Boss of the Year in 1985, and granted the Excellence Award for a Public Education Forum by the State of Mississippi.
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