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Advisory Board 

The National Career Pathways Network receives continual input on conference and membership matters from advisory board members, each of whom are involved in local and state Career Pathways and Tech Prep initiatives.

The Board's current membership includes:

    Kathy Dantoni 

Kathy J. D’Antoni
Assistant State Superintendent
Technical & Adult Education

Dr. Kathy D'Antoni was appointed the Assistant State Superintendent of Schools with the West Virginia Department of Education, Division of Technical and Adult Education Services on June 1, 2010. She is the former Vice Chancellor of the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education. She obtained her doctorate degree from West Virginia University in Higher Education Administration.

Dr. D'Antoni began her career in education as a teacher. In 1975, she left the education field to participate in a family owned business in Myrtle Beach, SC. She returned to education in 1992 and worked with the Tech Prep initiative at Marshall University and later as the State Director for Tech Prep. She served as interim president of WV State Community and Technical College in 2008. Dr. D'Antoni has worked extensively with curriculum alignment and curriculum development projects.

She is the president of the National Association for Tech Prep Leaders and sits on the advisory board for the League of Innovation’s SAIL initiative and Marshall University's teacher education program. Currently, she is chair of the Seamless Education Committee for West Virginia's Vision Shared initiative. Dr. D'Antoni has authored a number of articles on effective transition practices from public schools to higher education and collaborated on two books with national authors: Career Pathways and Adult Career Pathways.

    Jeraline Marsh 

Jeraline M. Marsh, EdD
Career Education Curriculum Specialist
Criminal Justice/Career Pathways/DATA/Marketing Events
School District of Palm Beach County, FL

Jeraline Marsh currently serves as a Career & Technical Education Specialist with the School District of Palm Beach County, FL. She is responsible for district Career Pathways initiatives, Criminal Justice career academies, CTE Data, and Marketing. She specializes in curriculum integration, developing career academies, developing career pathways consortium partnerships, building and implementing programs of study, articulation agreements, and counselor training related to student academic and career development. Jeraline has previously worked as a high school business teacher (5 yrs) and high school counselor & coordinator (8 yrs). Jeraline also serves as an adjunct instructor in Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Graduate Counseling Psychology Program where she teaches Career Development Practices & Systems. Jeraline received her Doctorate from the Fischler School of Education and Human Services of Nova Southeastern University. Her dissertation was entitled “An Investigation of Computer Technology Use on the Job Responsibilities and Functions of High School Counselors”.

Dr. Marsh is the President-Elect for the National Association for Tech Prep Leaders, President for the Florida Career Pathways Network, and Advisory Board member for the National Career Pathways Network and the Florida Association for Career and Technical Education.

In her spare time she enjoys conducting community service projects through her sorority, bowling, golfing, Zumba, and learning new computer programs.

Anthony M. Landis (Tony)
Director, College and Career Transitions
Ohio Board of Regents

Anthony M. Landis (Tony) joined the Ohio Board of Regents in March 2001 as Program Coordinator, Workforce Development. By January 2009, Mr. Landis was promoted to his current role as Director, College and Career Transitions, providing leadership and direction for Ohio colleges participating in the Carl D. Perkins and College Tech Prep federal grant programs, as well as federal and state initiatives focused on postsecondary career-technical education.

While at the Regents, Mr. Landis has provided leadership to Ohios Adult Workforce Education system and has served as a liaison to partnering agencies on matters pertaining to career technical education, as well as lead staff during the development of the Ohio Carl D. Perkins IV state plan and Perkins federal monitoring visits conducted by OVAE in 2005 and 2010. Currently, he is involved in several key initiatives with one being a system-wide approach to provide college credit to students in career technical education.

Prior to joining the Regents, Mr. Landis worked as Director, Student Development/University Center at Central State University in Ohio, where he was responsible for student leadership and organization development, student activities, and management of the university center. Mr. Landis has over 15 years experience in education.

Mr. Landis holds a Bachelor and Master of Arts in History from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He is married to Kai Landis and they have one child, Grant Christian.

Bob Lucas
Director, Gulf Coast Tech Prep Consortium

Bob Lucas served 28 years in the Houston Independent School District in many different areas of responsibilities some of which were as a teacher, a principal, an executive director of career and technology education and an assistant superintendent in facility maintenance and operations.

Bob later spent three years as the grant monitor of nine state and federal grants at the Central College in the Houston Community College System. He has also provided workforce grant consultation services to non-profit organizations for several years.

Bob served on the Gulf Coast Tech Prep Steering Committee Board for 16 years. He was then asked to serve as the Executive Director for the Gulf Coast Tech Prep Consortium. He is currently in his eighth year as the Executive Director.

He is a member of multiple local, statewide and national CTE supportive organizations that provide support and assistance with all areas of Tech Prep. He also is a participating member of several Tech Prep/CTE committees around the Gulf Coast region.

Mark Turner

Mark N. Turner
Employee Development Specialist, Learning Training and Development
The Boeing Company

Mark is a product of Tech Prep initiatives. In the mid 1970's Mark was selected to participate in a new program in which high school students constructed a residential home. Since that experience Mark's career has been focused on employee training, education and development. Since 1998, Mark has been a program and project manager for the Boeing Company Educator Internship and Tech Prep student programs. Mark also serves on the Washington State Tech Prep Advisory Council in addition to various other boards and committees supporting education and training activities.