Dayton Resident to Serve as President of Ohio School Boards Association
Scott Huddle will serve the organization for the next three years
Longtime Mad River school board member Scott Huddle was elected Monday to help lead the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) for the next three years.
Huddle will serve in a learning role as president-elect in 2020, then will be president of the organization in 2021, and past-president in 2022, to help guide the next leader. OSBA, via its members and full-time staff, offers training and resources to local school boards and lobbies the state legislature for changes in education policy.
“Working for OSBA, you’re not just representing your district; you have to look out for the needs and concerns of an entire state, and to be available to speak to legislators,” Huddle said. “I have to get to know the legislators across the state — who are the decision makers, the movers and shakers? I have to make sure my voice represents what the legislative platform for OSBA has, not just my local board.”
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