New AAfPE President

Tennessean.com now carries an announcement of Loretta Calvert’s presidency of the American Association for Paralegal Education. This is no surprise to active members of AAfPE, especially those attending the AAfPE National Conference when Loretta became President-Elect a year ago when I was elected as Secretary. But for the rest of you here’s a bit about her and AAfPE from the announcement:

Loretta Calvert is the new president of the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE).

The national organization promotes quality paralegal education, develops educational standards and encourages professional growth.

Calvert is coordinator of paralegal studies at Volunteer State Community College.

Calvert graduated from New York University School of Law in 1998.

She has been an AAfPE board member, a reviewer for the Educator magazine and an active member of AAfPE’s Alternative Delivery Task Force.

I first met Loretta at AAfPE’s Southeast Regional Conference several years ago and have been impressed with her ability, energy, and dedication to improving paralegal education at Volunteer State Community College in her capacity as an instructor and coordinator of the paralegal program and nation wide through her work with AAfPE. I look forward to working with her on the Board Directors this year.

 

 

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