The Alabama Association of Administrative Assistants (AAAA), founded in 2012 under the auspices of the Alabama Association of School Boards, is committed to achieving excellence and providing professional services to school boards, superintendents and stakeholders.
AAAA’s professional development programs are designed specifically to meet the unique needs of administrative assistants who work directly or indirectly with school boards. Their system-level duties are vast and vital – from handling public notice of meetings and monitoring the rules of order during meetings to maintaining certain public records. Their duties may even have legal and stakeholder-relationship implications for boards of education.
In addition to practical training, AAAA offers opportunities for novices in the profession to network with experienced administrative assistants, and the association also keeps its members up-to-date on key education issues.
Darlene Chambers, Mobile County Executive Secretary to the Board
Jan Byrd, Hartselle Secretary to the Superintendent
Denise Murray, Auburn Secretary to the Superintendent
Leigh Laatsch, Shelby County Schools Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
Debora Hendricks, Alabama Association of School Boards Membership Coordinator
Paulette Holley, Mobile County
Denese McGee, Bibb County
Susan Webb, Eufaula
Marilyn Speake, Tallassee
Amee Donald, Gardendale
Donna Chitwood, Fort Payne
Barbara Garrett, Pickens County
Libby Johnson, Lauderdale County
LaTisha King, Madison City