Nanuet School Board Marks Byrne’s New Position (VIDEO)

She will continue as president of the Nanuet School Board as she begins this new position.


It’s official. On April 23, Anne Byrne took office as the new secretary-treasurer of the National School Boards Association. Byrne, who is the Nanuet School Board President, was picked by a nominating committee and ran unopposed. Read more about her new position in this .

She will eventually become president of the National School Boards Association because the secretary-treasurer automatically becomes the president-elect and then, ultimately, becomes the president.

 “(Byrne) You are our area-rep(resentative) … this helps us greatly,” said Board Vice President Ron Hansen. “It’s a great asset that you bring to us. It’s a great honor that you’re (part of the Nanuet School Board).”

At the Nanuet Board of Education meeting earlier this week, there was a celebration at the end with cake to mark her new role.

“It’s my honor and privilege to be on … this (Nanuet) board for 30 years. I would have never lasted for 30 years if we didn’t have such a great board and a great administration and a great staff,” said Byrne. “I’ve been to a lot of places where board members don’t last because they don’t work with great people. Because we work with great people, it makes it a joy to come to meetings. I’m really delighted to be part of Nanuet. I’m also glad to be on the National Board.”

Scott Walters May 04, 2012 at 01:44 PM
Kudos for work well done!
Kathleen Reddy May 04, 2012 at 05:31 PM
Wow, this is wonderful to see! What an incredible individual Anne Byrne is. She has done Nanuet proud. Hope to be at her installation dinner for when she becomes President of NSBA. Kathy Reddy
Catherine Baker May 05, 2012 at 01:01 AM
Congratulations Anne. You have been a gift to the Nanuet Schools and Community. It is great that you are being recognized in this way.


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