UCS business teacher tapped for leadership forum
UCS business teacher tapped for leadership forum
Posted on 03/12/2017
Jennifer Milke with representatives from school storeJennifer Milke, a Marketing Teacher at Henry Ford II High School, is helping to improve the business of marketing education. 

Milke recently participated in the Teacher-Leader Forum, a new MBA Research initiative designed to encourage development of a common vision for business and marketing education.

The three-day forum takes place annually, and invitations are extended only to officers in recognized organizations (such as state associations for marketing and business, and student organizations like DECA, FBLA or ACTE).

While at the forum, Milke contributed to growing her own leadership skills, to strengthening our professional associations, and to the growth and stability of our profession.

With colleagues from across, the nation she worked to build a common message, to engage our business community, to involve our teachers and students, and to address the challenges of today’s education environment.

MBA Research (Marketing and Business Administration Research and Curriculum Center) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Established in 1971 as an education foundation, it is operated by a consortium of 29 state education departments. Its mission is to support educators in the preparation of students for careers in business.