Anglea Clark, left, receives the Outstanding Alumni in Instructional Technology Award from Dr. Jennifer Alexiou-Ray.
Angela Clark, Technology Program Area Specialist for Shelby County Schools, was recently awarded Outstanding Alumni for the Instructional Technology Ed. S. Program by the University of Montevallo.
The award was presented by Dr. Jennifer Alexiou-Ray at the College of Education’s Faculty, Staff, and Alumni Recognition Dinner on February 6.
In May 2016, Clark graduated from the University of Montevallo with an Educational Specialist degree in Instructional Technology as a part of the first cohort of that program. She also has a Master of Education Degree in Instructional Leadership from William Carey University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Mississippi State University.
She earned National Board Certification in Social Studies AYA in 2001 and successfully renewed in 2011. Currently, she serves as the Technology Program Area Specialist providing instructional technology support to the students, teachers, and administrators in all schools.
“Working with our district technology team over the past seven years, along with my three years of coursework at Montevallo, has opened many doors and given me the opportunity to grow as a teacher, coach, and leader in the fast-paced world of educational technology,” said Clark. “I am so thankful for my UM experience and honored to be recognized by my former professors with this award.”