|| The directors of the SCA are elected by
association members during the "annual" meeting in June. Terms of
office are two years.
- President: Nell Ziegler
|Principle - Marketing Endeavors
Group, LLC B.A. American History
Cornell University : School of Architecture
Roger Williams College : Department of Historic
Experience with NYSHPO on National Register sites and
Trustee - Tromptown Historical Society
Co-Chair of the Stewards for Gerrit Smith Estate,
National Historic Landmark
- Director: Dot Willsey
|B.S. Elementary Education
M.A.Exceptional Child Education
C.A.S. Educational Administration
Retired teacher and administrator. Past work with the
Institute for Experimentation in Teacher Education.
Board Member and Grants Committee Chair for the SCA.
Member of the Peterboro civil War Committee.
Chair of the National Abolition Hall of Fame.
Co-chair of the Stewards for the Gerrit Smith Estate
National Historic Landmark.
Member of the Peterboro Area Historical Society.
Trustee and past president of the Madison County
Administrative member of the Madison County Bicentennial
Co-chair of the Madison County Hop Fest.
Served as the clerk of the Madison County Freedom Trail
- Director/Secretary: Carrie Martin
| Teacher, Morrisville-Eaton Central
Schools since 1992
Education: BS in Education,SUNY Cortland
Masters in Education, SUNY Cortland
School Building Administration, Mass. College of Liberal
Lead Teacher at Edward R. Andrews Elementary School
Coordinator of New Teacher Mentoring Program, M-E C.S.
Morrisville-Eaton Faculty Association Executive
M-E C.S. Professional Development Planning Committee
M-E C.S. District Shared Decision Making Group
Member of Madison County Literacy Coalition Steering
Coordinator of Civil War Living History Education Day
Steward for the Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic
Member of Canastota Community Band since 1996