Molly Lindsey named Executive Director of Arkansas ACTE. Arkansas Association for Career and Technical Education is dedicated to providing leadership opportunities, CTE updates and best practices, professional development, networking, and award recognition to outstanding members.
Molly Lindsey is a National Board Certified Teacher who has taught Business Education for 32 years at Mena High school after earning her BSE from Henderson State University. After only a few years of teaching, she was tasked by her area educational cooperative with bringing local teachers into the world of educational technology and continued teaching professional development there for over 20 years. In 2017, Molly taught Louisiana teachers how to prepare students for and administer the Adobe Certified Associate exams for the Louisiana Department of Education when they began requiring all students to earn a certification in order to graduate. Over the years, Molly has taught adjunct classes at her local community college and professional development at her school district. For six years, she administered and coordinated the Perkins program for Mena Public Schools.
In her years of advising FBLA, Molly has had numerous district and state officers and enjoyed many FBLA national trips in addition to the district and state conferences. She has always been a proponent of career and technical education and is proud to be able to contribute to the advancement of career and technical education in Arkansas.
Molly and her husband of 30 years (Randy) have two daughters, two sons-in-law, and two precious grandchildren, Brentley and Sutton. She enjoys reading in her free time, as well as crocheting, cross-stitching, and quilting, but her favorite pastime is being with her family.