The official site of Texas Association of Journalism Educators

TAJE

The official site of Texas Association of Journalism Educators

TAJE

The official site of Texas Association of Journalism Educators

TAJE

Board Members

President: Michael Reeves
President-Elect: Stephen Green
Past President: Kari Riemer
Secretary: Alexis Berkey
Treasurer: Margaret Edmonson
State Director: Lisa Roskens

Contest Director: Andrea Negri
Convention Director: Alison Strelitz & Sue Jett
Digital Communications Specialist: Mauri Sparks

Education Chair: Laura Negri
Legislative and Policy Chair: David Doerr

ILPC Liaison: Alyssa Boehringer
ATPI Liaison: Mark Murray

Executive Director: Cindy Todd

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Board to accept applications for webmaster

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The TAJE Board is accepting applications for the position of webmaster.
Applicants must be current members of TAJE and should submit a Letter of Interest and a Resume in PDF format by August 31 to Charla Harris at charris@pgisd.net. A committee will interview candidates prior to the Fall Convention and will select the new webmaster at the Convention Board meeting.

Compensation for this position is $1200, paid annually.

The TAJE webmaster performs the following duties:
Maintains the organization’s web page at taje.org, arranging for the host site and domain name through School Newspapers Online.
Updates the web page when new information is available for posting, editing copy and photos as necessary.
Uses best practices to keep web page looking current and modern
Provides usernames/preliminary passwords to all board members.
Organizes forms and documents under tabs to be easily located by page users
Creates forms using Gravity Forms (included in SNO) for registrations and speaker signup for convention, plus any other forms deemed necessary by the board.
Maintains Twitter and Facebook accounts
Arranges for all online elections through a dedicated web service.
Sets up and maintains listservs for the membership and the board and for any other purpose as mandated by the board (conventions or other events).
Attends board meetings as a non-voting entity.