Parent-teacher organizations have historically been an in-person organization but this method of operating just isn’t feasible in light of the pandemic and many schools being 100% virtual. So how does a PTA adapt? Hear from a PTA leader about how their PTA revamped their website, meetings, and membership communications to facilitate the 2020 school year and beyond.
About Deb & Wes' Guest:
Selma Avdicevic is a financial services professional and an entrepreneur, with an extensive background in commercial real estate finance and investment, structured finance, CMBS, portfolio management, project management, entrepreneurship, retail, small business management, non-profit management, fundraising, marketing, and communications. In her free time, she is an active member of the local PTA council, and a strong advocate for public education, as well as an active Impact100 Essex chapter member. Selma is a proud graduate of CUNY Hunter College and New York University. She lives in Montclair, NJ, with her husband and two kids.
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