Apr 10, 2018 / E-news
Terri Richmond is stepping down from the position of state coordinator of the California We the People programs. The Board and staff of the Center for Civic Education deeply appreciate Terri’s distinguished service, as well as that of her husband David, who preceded her in the position.
Countless thousands of California’s students have benefited from their leadership over the past few decades, both as state coordinators, as mentors, and as exemplary classroom teachers. Terri will remain the California Coordinator for the James Madison Legacy Project through the end of September and she will direct the JMLP institute in San Luis Obispo in July.
We are delighted to announce that Cheryl Cook-Kallio has begun to assume the mantle of state coordinator for the We the People programs, including both We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution and We the People: Project Citizen. Cheryl, a James Madison Fellow, is herself a longtime master teacher and she has also served as an elected official. She knows many of the people in the California We the People network already and she is looking forward to getting to know everyone in the state network as well as other We the People and Project Citizen Coordinators in other states. Contact Cheryl Cook-Kallio at firstname.lastname@example.org.