2023 Educational Office Professionals Conference
You must register for the conference before reserving your room at Camden on the Lake. A group code will be sent to you via email once your conference registration has been received. The room rate is $139 per night.
Missouri Association of
Elementary School Principals (MAESP)
MAESP is hosting a summer event for all Educational Office Personnel! Join us for the opportunity to network with other administrative support professionals, learn a new skill or two, get an update on school laws that impact your office, and journey to the lake for a couple of days of relaxation and rejuvenation! In July! At the beautiful Camden On The Lake!
Please stay tuned and check back soon for conference schedule and breakout sessions.
Brandon Lee White
Author, speaker, and youth mover, Brandon Lee White has spoken to thousands of youth and adults in nearly all 50 states about "owning it" in life and leadership.
At home Brandon loves spending time with his beautiful wife and crazy children. They enjoy leading and serving in their church. Plus, Brandon can't get enough of barbecuing, sports, hunting, and meeting new people as he travels around the country.
Jennifer Webb is a past special education teacher and elementary principal. She currently serves as the coordinator of student and school services, providing oversight of all Springfield Public Schools customer relations. In her role, she is the first voice and face of the district when parents and community members want to have their voice heard beyond the building level. She finds fulfillment in working with others to solve issues at elevated levels, using humor to make the human connection.
Penney Rector is a former assistant attorney general, director of governmental relationships with the Missouri Council of School Administrators, assistant superintendent with Jefferson CIty Public Schools, and chief human resources officer with Springfield Public Schools. She is now a partner at Mickes O'Toole LLC, which provides legal counsel, advisement, and advocacy to governmental entities, including public schools. Penney recognizes that every voice and story matters in human connection, and that finding common ground is the best way to move forward.