Sue Todey of the Sevastopol School Board was elected first vice president of the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) board of directors on Jan. 22, representing WASB Region 3 on the 15-member board. The region includes 36 northeast Wisconsin school districts. Todey will serve a one-year term as WASB first vice president.
John Ashley, WASB executive director, thanked Todey for her continued service.
“Sue’s service across education has provided her with valuable insights to share with the Executive Committee,” Ashley said. “Our association, and the children of Wisconsin, will continue to benefit from her leadership.”
Todey has served on the Sevastopol School Board for 14 years and is her board’s legislative liaison. She was a member of the WASB Policy and Resolutions Committee for four years and was the WASB representative on a Department of Public Instruction (DPI) committee on student discipline. She is also chair of the CESA 7 (Cooperative Educational Service Agency) board of directors.
Todey has been a teacher, school counselor, central-office administrator, university ad hoc instructor and DPI education consultant. She also serves on numerous community boards. WASB is a nonprofit association that provides information and services to Wisconsin school boards in the areas of school law and policymaking, legislation and leadership development.