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Administrators selected for KWEL

Staff and KASA Press Release 

Tiffanie Clark, director of special education for Nelson County Schools, and Tanya Jury, principal of Nelson County High School, are among 30 of the state’s top female executive educators selected for the first cohort of Kentucky Women in Education Leadership or KWEL. 

Jury and Clark were inducted, Jan. 19, following a competitive application process. 

KWEL convened Jan. 19-20 in Louisville for a leadership forum and induction ceremony. 

Jury became head principal for NCHS this year after serving 12 years as an educator, including the past two years as assistant principal at NCHS. Clark this year took on the special education leadership role for Nelson County Schools after serving 12 years in special education.

KWEL is designed for women working in P-12 public education who are entering or advancing their careers. 

KWEL members benefit from a support system, leadership development opportunities, career advancement, shared experiences through a network of on-going professional growth and development, coaching and mentoring, and reward and recognition of women who are exemplary leaders. 

KWEL is a leadership development program sponsored by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.

Jury and Clark photo                                                                          Tanya Jury and Tiffanie Clark

Photo by Tom Dekle, Communications Director





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