AENJ is thrilled to welcome Jazlyne Wooden as our first ED&I Liaison. In this role, Jazlyne will serve as a link between NAEA and AENJ as both organizations make efforts to assess and advance our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work.
If you’d like to get involved with the process, please contact Jazlyne at EDI@aenj.org
Our first goal is to get a better understanding of the demographics of art educators in our state. Please take a few moments to fill out this brief survey that will help AENJ to start our work in the area of ED&I.
Be sure to add your name to the survey for a chance to win a prize on Thursday or Friday at AENJ’s fall conference, TOGETHER IN ART! Winners must be present to collect their prize.