Program Specialist from North Carolina Elected to CEC Board of Directors
Julie Bost, Program Specialist for Exceptional Children for Alamance-Burlington Schools, was elected to the national Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Board of Directors in the most recent member-wide election. She will begin her term as the Member-at-Large, Non-Designated on Jan. 1, 2017.
The Council for Exceptional Children is the national professional association of educators dedicated to advancing the educational success of children with exceptionalities. The council is focused on advocacy, standards and professional development for its membership.
As a CEC member for 14 years, Bost has held various local and national positions, including president of the North Carolina Council for Exceptional Children, and Secretary of the Council of Administrators of Special Education. She is a member of the CEC Division on Career Development and Transition, the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, and the Teacher Education Division. Bost is also an active member of the Council of Administrators of Special Education and currently serves as Membership Chair.
After completing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Anthropology at Appalachian State University, Bost earned her master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.