Three Appointed to Serve on State Board of Education

11.20.2015
Issues & Policies

Governor Malloy is appointing Erik Clemons of New Haven, William Davenport of Litchfield, and Malia Sieve of Norwich to serve as members on the Connecticut State Board of Education.
Clemons is the founding CEO and President of Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology, Inc. (ConnCAT), a nonprofit career training institution that aims to prepare youth and adults for educational and career advancement through after-school arts and job training programming.
Davenport has been a teacher at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury since 1986, where he currently teaches sophomore Agricultural Production and junior/senior Agricultural Production classes.
He is also the Director of the Ellis Clark Regional Agriscience and Technology Program, which provides students with a balanced combination of technical agricultural knowledge, supervised agricultural work experience, and leadership training.
Sieve is a senior associate with HCM Strategists, LLC, where she works with system and institutional leaders from regional universities and community colleges and elected officials around higher education attainment goal setting and monitoring, and advises leaders in New England states for the Lumina Foundation-supported Strategy Labs.

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