The Classroom Educators Advisory Council (CEAC) serves as a liaison between Business Professionals of America advisors and its Board of Trustees. Its purpose is to promote the objectives of the Business Professionals of America programs, establish and monitor effective Workplace Skills Assessment Program competitive events, serve as a clearinghouse for suggested improvements and changes pertaining to competitive events and ensure that their State Association is informed of currently adopted Workplace Skills Assessment Program guidelines.
The Classroom Educators Advisory Council is responsible for updating and revising the Competitive Events Guidelines, Style & Reference Manual and the Human Resources Manual of the WSAP, as well as for performing reviews and audits of individual competitive events, developing and updating the guidelines for authors, auditors, administrators, proctors and judges and researching emerging business practices and recommend additions and deletions to the Workplace Skills Assessment Program, including alignment with National Standards and workplace validation.
The membership of CEAC includes one Middle level, one Secondary level and one Post-secondary representative from each affiliated state.
DelawareRobert Schumacher, FinanceKelly Sipple, Middle Level
IdahoMarie Campbell, Business AdministrationMindy Lincoln, Management, Marketing, & Communication
IllinoisJuliann Boudouris, Management, Marketing, & Communication
IndianaChad Bobb, Management, Marketing, & CommunicationAmy Hollingsworth, Middle Level
IowaShelly Duwa, Business AdministrationTrisha Hopper, Management, Marketing, & Communication
KansasChristie Ramsey, Finance
MassachusettsLynn DiSimoni, Finance
MichiganPatrick Schultz, Management Information Systems, Digital Communication & DesignMelanie Tomaski, Middle Level
MinnesotaTyler Shepard, Management Information SystemsBarb Struck, Business Administration
MontanaChad Eichenlaub, Business Administration
New MexicoTerry Carrera, Management, Marketing, & Communication
OhioMichael Pozega, Management Information SystemsJohn Stalcup, FinanceJoe Spangler, Management Information Systems
OklahomaRoberta Sams, Digital Communication & DesignAfton Jameson, Digital Communication & DesignPenny Lovell, Business Administration
TexasJan McClintock, Managment Information SystemsJaye Simpson, FinanceKelly Munro, Digital Communication & DesignBrooke Martin, Middle LevelKalwenda Nelson-Lott, Middle Level
WisconsinDianne Carroll, Business AdministrationGordy Rosploch, Management Information Systems