Company: State of Hawaii
Location: Naalehu, HI, United States
Marcia May is a former teacher who served the State of Hawaii prior to her retirement. She served as an educator for 23 years, teaching at the Naalehu School, a school that offers academic services to students in kindergarten through 7th grade. She currently helps educate 22 kindergarten students to learn all subjects. Ms. May is a self-titled independence expert, and she has also previously taught special education. With a wealth of knowledge and experience amassed over the course of an illustrious career, Ms. May has garnered a reputation of distinction from her colleagues and members of her community, earning an Award for Excellence in Education from the Governor’s Office.
Ms. May has also remained abreast of trends and developments as a member of the following organizations:
Representative to the State Convention (2010)
Elected Alternate to the National Convention, New Orleans
Kappa Kappa Gamma
African American Empowerment Weekend (Now Entrepreneurs and Professionals Network)
Ad Hoc Committee for the Governor
Who’s Who Among American Teachers
Faculty Representative, Hawaii State Teachers Association
Former President, Mental Health Association for Hawaii County
Ms. May has four children and eight grandchildren. She advises young professionals entering the education field is to be strong in their convictions, and to love and care about children.
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