Beth Tudan, Executive Director of the League of Women Voters of Fairfax, served two terms as FCCPTA Vice President of Engagement after a term as Recording Secretary. Beth served as PTA President at both Oakton Elementary School and Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School PTAs in Germany, part of the European Congress of PTA and has served in various roles in local unit PTAs. A holder of a BA in History and an MBA, Beth taught high school economics, government, and AP US History, and was a Fulbright Scholar in Economics in Romania. A native Tennessean, Beth was also a historical researcher for the author Alex Haley. Beth has lived abroad in London, Switzerland, Romania, and Germany, and speaks English and Romanian. She has traveled extensively in Europe and Southeast Asia. Beth hopes to bring her interest in foreign cultures to celebrate the diversity in FCPS and bring those who grew up in other cultures into PTA. Beth and her husband, Costi, live in Vienna with their three sons who are enrolled at Thoreau Middle School, Madison High School, and the University of Delaware.
Jane Miscavage currently serves as president of the Thoreau MS PTA, a partner of #IamFCPS, and a substitute teacher in FCPS. At Thoreau MS, Jane spearheaded an unprecedented $100,000 classroom technology fundraising campaign. Previously, she served as president of Flint Hill ES PTA and has served in other roles including chair of the Falcon 5K and the Show What You Know learning fair. She co-founded the Food Allergy Support Group of Northern Virginia, linking more than 400 families with current allergy research and health care professionals. Jane’s professional background is in public affairs, serving clients in Chicago, Minneapolis and throughout the Midwest.
Tony Shivers is the FCCPTA liaison for the Armstrong Elementary School PTA and is an appointee to the Minority Student Achievement Oversight Committee under the Fairfax County School Board. Tony is currently Director of State Education Policy for United Way Worldwide and works with its nearly 1,200 United Ways across the nation to ensure U.S. students are ready for college, post-secondary training, and the global economy. Tony has worked in government affairs, specifically in education policy and advocacy, at all levels of government for over 10 years and has lobbied on behalf of local school superintendents, state boards of education, and business leaders who support high-quality education for our nation's students. Tony earned his B.S. in Political Science from The Pennsylvania State University and his law degree from Kaplan University Concord School of Law. Tony is married to a Nationally Board Certified Teacher in the Fairfax County school system and has two active boys, a 2nd grader and kindergartener, at Armstrong ES.
Ramona Morrow served as FCCPTA president from 2010-14 and Bylaws Chair from 2014-16. She currently serves as the Virginia PTA Family Engagement Chair, and serves on the Field Service Committee of National PTA. Ramona’s PTA experience includes serving as President at the elementary, secondary and council levels, as well as serving as District Director and VA PTA President from 2003-05. Ramona was honored with the Volunteer Fairfax Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014 and twice awarded the National PTA Lifetime Achievement Award, VA PTA Life Membership and President’s Honor Award. She has served on the National PTA Committees of Bylaws, Membership, and Council of States. Ramona has grandchildren both in Fairfax and Loudoun County Public Schools.
Michelle Leete previously served as FCCPTA Secretary and President of Weyanoke Elementary School PTA. She is currently the Vice President of Membership at Holmes Middle School where her daughter is an 8th grade student. Michelle also serves as an AVP of the Washington DC Chapter of the Project Management Institute and on the executive boards of the Burke-Fairfax Chapter of Jack and Jill, Fairfax County NAACP, and Washington DC Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She holds a BS in Computer Science and an MBA in Strategic Leadership and works as a technology program manager for the federal government.
Dottie Andrews has been an active member of PTA since joining in September of 1991. She enjoys working with others who have the commitment to support the welfare and education for all children. Through the years Dottie has served in many capacities for the PTA at the local, county, district and state levels. Some of her responsibilities have been: an elementary school PTA and high school PTSA president, Recording Secretary at the elementary and high school, Fairfax County Council of PTAs and Fairfax District levels. On the state level, Dottie served as the Volunteer Committee Chair, and on various committees as a past District Assistant Director.
Sandy Glotfelty served two terms as the FCCPTA Treasurer and assumed the office of President-Elect in June or 2017. She is a past President and Vice President of Laurel Ridge Elementary PTA. A native of Wisconsin, Sandy holds a B.S. in Accountancy from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. Sandy’s professional experience includes the audit and assurance division of Deloitte, where she managed financial statement audits; serving as Controller at the American Council of Life Insurance; and working as associate at Resources Global Professionals. Sandy and her husband, Joe, have two children enrolled at Laurel Ridge ES.