Sunday, May 25, 2008

Did you hear the one about the missed deadline? (Part I)

Well readers... it's time to confess.
I'm not making the May 30th deadline.

I've two reasons, one is below.

The second is Caron's wonderful fault and has everything to do with writing... well, writing everything but Killing Julie. (But that's Part II to this entry and coming later this week when I have a moment to breathe.)
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INTEROFFICE CORRESPONDENCE

Date: May 16, 2008

To: Western School of Health and Business Careers, Monroeville

From: Thomas Contrella

Subject: Organizational Announcement


I am pleased to announce that effective today Michelle Louch has been promoted to the position of Senior Instructor of our Monroeville Campus. Reporting to Mr. Butler, Michelle will be an integral part of the education team at our School. Two of the most important focus areas for Michelle will be that of Student Services and Academic/Faculty Development.

Michelle brings over 12 years of educational experience to this position. In addition to her work at Western, she is an adjunct instructor at Seton Hill University and a freelance writer.

Michelle is currently in process of selecting a Doctoral program at a local university. She earned her Masters of Science in Leadership and Business Ethics from Duquesne University, and a Bachelors of Art in History with secondary education certification from Seton Hill University.

Please join me in congratulating Michelle and supporting her in her new role.

Thank you,
Tom

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats! Looks like Western was a great move for you! Although, I am sure everyone at Kaplan misses you.

Rachel

caronz said...

Okay, I wanna know what is my fault!! Huh? What'd I do??? love you! mags aka Caron

Miki Louch said...

Guess you'll just have to wait and see! :P

caronz said...

Meanie!

Miki Louch said...

Yep. That's me! Mean old Michelle! I don't let my kid play in traffic, either.

Look at it this way, mags, I'm trying to pull my readers back after the too-long unintended hiatus.