Ohio Association for Career and Technical Education

Ohio ACTE Officer Candidates

The following are candidates for Ohio ACTE officers for terms commencing Sept. 1, 2017:

Candidate for Ohio ACTE President Elect -  Serves a one-year term beginning Sept. 1, 2017 followed by terms as President and Past President

Nick Weldy - Miami Valley Career Center

Nick Weldy serves as the Superintendent of the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) located in Englewood.


 In the course of his career as a professional educator, he has served as a teacher, administrator, and Board of Education member in both career-technical and traditional school districts across the Miami Valley region. He is a graduate of Covington High School, located in Covington, Ohio, Sinclair Community College, Wright State University and the University of Dayton, where he earned a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership.


Nick is looking forward to leading Ohio ACTE as part of the leadership team. 

"Serving as an OACTE officer has been a long-time professional goal and provides an avenue to advance career-technical education in Ohio," he said. 

Candidate for Ohio ACTE Secretary  -  Serves a two -year term beginning Sept. 1, 2017

Lisa Tuttle-Huff - Grant Career Center

Lisa Tuttle-Huff started her career as a middle school English Language Arts teacher, with most of her teaching career at Middletown City Schools for 11 years and then as a counselor for MCSD.  She served as an assistant principal and principal at Butler Technology Career and Development Schools before becoming Superintendent at Grant Career Center.

"I have enjoyed the opportunity to positively affect career technical education for the past 14 years at the counseling, satellite supervisor, assistant principal, principal levels.   I have a strong commitment to academic and career technical excellence, the expectation for student and staff success, and a willingness to participate in community and civic activities," she said.

Lisa graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a Bachelor of Science in English Education in 1988 and obtained a Masters of Art of Teaching in 2001 from Marygrove College, Detroit.   In 2003, she earned the National Board Teaching Certification for the Teaching Standards.  In 2004 I obtained a Masters of Science in Counseling from the University of Dayton and in 2006 earned Administrative Licensure at the University of Dayton.   In 2009, she earned Superintendent’s Licensure from the University of Dayton and her  doctorate in Urban Educational Leadership at the University of Cincinnati in 2015.

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