Mid-Atlantic Area

Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia

NAEOP 2016 themeWelcome to the Mid-Atlantic Area. The National Association of Educational Office Professionals (NAEOP) currently has seven geographical areas. As a member of NAEOP, you are automatically a member of the Mid-Atlantic Area if you reside in one of the states listed above.

NAEOP President Wendy Heslink, CEOE, has chosen “Learn, Inspire, Lead” as her theme for the 2016-2017 year. I encourage you to use the NAEOP website to improve and expand your skills through lifelong learning opportunities, to be inspired to energize others, and to spark a passion to lead.

In addition to serving as the 2016-2017 Mid-Atlantic Area Director, I am serving as the Long Range Planning Committee Chairman. If you are a problem solver and want to become part of the solution, join the Long Range Planning Committee. Remember, we are all important to the success of our local, state and national organizations.

Did you know?

  • Your Mid-Atlantic Area website can be found at www.mid-atlanticarea.com with Sarah Harris, CEOE (SC) as our webmaster.
  • Your Mid-Atlantic Area offers annual Professional Development Days. The South Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals will host this event November 3-4, 2016, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • You can share content and network on NAEOP’s social media platforms (Facebook; LinkedIn; Pinterest; Twitter) and association mobile app
  • NAEOP now offers a series of webinars (Enhancing the Skills of the Educational Office Professional). From the comfort of your home or office you can earn inservice or education credits.

Joining NAEOP is an investment in you with immeasurable returns. Please contact me if you have any questions about NAEOP or the Mid-Atlantic Area.

Jill Averyhart, CEOE
2016-2017 Mid-Atlantic Area Director
803.738.3206 (Office)
803.553.4305 (Cell)