Meet Our Staff Members
As PENC’s Executive Director, Bill serves as the liaison between you, the member, and PENC’s lobbyist, Bryan Holloway. He also represents PENC at the State Board of Education, State Health Plan and Retirement board meetings.He is here to help with any membership related questions you may have. In addition to his day-to-day duties he also serves on the Recruiting Committee of the PENC Executive Board.
Please contact Annette if you have questions about your membership status, membership payments or payroll deductions. Annette will also be happy to help you if you would like discount tickets to attractions. Annette has served PENC and it’s members for over 20 years!
Eva is an Instructional Designer at Grifols in Clayton NC. She comes from a 14 year teaching background. She taught Technology Education in WCPSS for 14 years before moving to the Corporate training world of work. She has almost 7 years experience in corporate training in both creating and delivering training. She loves all things Tech and admits that she is a nerd.
Glennda McKeithan, PhD, NBCT is a retired NC public school teacher with specific expertise and experience in National Board Certification. Dr. McKeithan has been the PENC National Boards Program Facilitator since 2007. Dr. McKeithan has extensive background in teacher support via education consultant, teacher mentor, coordinating teacher and college supervisor. Dr. McKeithan earned a BA in English as well as a MEd in Special Education and PhD in Curriculum & Instruction from North Carolina State University. Her research interests include meeting the needs of all learners in the least restrictive environment and the practical application of evidence based interventions and developing effective instruction in traditional and online instruction.
Mr. David Conroy, MAT, NBCT is a secondary mathematics teacher for Wayne County Schools. He is also a Program's Facilitator and Educational Consultant for Professional Educators of North Carolina. Mr. Conroy has a MAT in Mathematics Education. He has experience as a teacher leader and mentor for the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards across the state of North Carolina. He has worked cooperatively with higher education professionals at NCSU and KU to publish an article to analyze the practical applications of High Leverage Practices published in single case design research studies for learners in secondary settings. Mr. Conroy's area of expertise includes all areas/subjects of secondary math instruction. statistical analysis, NBPTs and interpreting high stakes testing. He has several years experience teaching math to learners with disabilities.