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Project Manager Feather Linn named Arkansas Sales Manager!

We are thrilled to announce that Project Manager Feather Linn has been named Arkansas Sales Manager!

Feather Linn is a uniquely versatile leader with experience in all facets of education. Her journey began in Career and Technical Education and soon expanded into middle level science and social studies. This work led her to the Arkansas Leadership Academy Teacher Institute where she mentored emerging teacher leaders. Shortly thereafter, Feather spent time in rural Arkansas as an elementary teacher and went on to earn a Master of Science from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway.

Feather honed her professional development skills at ArkansasPBS where she managed and created content for ArkansasIDEAS, Arkansas’s online professional development portal. After her family moved to central Arkansas, Feather joined the Little Rock School District as a Library Media and Technology Specialist. Recognized as a true teacher leader, she was selected Teacher of the Year and soon asked to utilize her talent in instructional coaching in both Math and Literacy.

Feather went on to support Arkansas educators at the Arkansas Department of Education Division of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). At DESE, Feather collaborated with Arkansas superintendents and other district leaders to ensure they met the Arkansas Standards for Accreditation. She was quickly promoted to the Learning Services Unit where she coordinated High-Quality Professional Learning for teachers in Arkansas.

Feather has currently been working as a Project Manager for the Bailey Education Group. She is dedicated to improving the lives of all children and looks forward to serving in her new role as Sales and Marketing Manager for Bailey in Arkansas.

Feather is the author of the YA novel Pickle Juice, Diamonds, and Football (Tate Publishing, 2014) and continues to reside in central Arkansas with her husband Joel, who is also an Arkansas educator.

We know Feather will achieve great things in her new role, and we look forward to seeing her excel in supporting the schools and school districts of Arkansas.


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