Tonya Willoughby named to ALAPCAE Board

August 14, 2017

Founded in 1968, ALAPCAE serves adult education professionals across Alabama. Ms. Willoughby will represent members from 11 counties, including Bullock, Chambers, Clay, Coosa, Elmore, Lee, Mason, Montgomery, Randolph, Russell and Tallapoosa.

Ms. Willoughby is the Adult Basic Education (ABE) data technician at Ingram State Technician, a post she has held since June 2012. In that capacity she collects information from instructors, prepares reports, tracks inventory, and assists ABE director Sharon Walker with day-to-day operations of the adult education program.

Among Ms. Willoughby’s duties as district representative will be planning the annual AALAPCAE conferences. The conferences are a highlight of the adult education academic year, bringing together practitioners from across the state to share best practices, learn about trends in materials and technology, and hear from adult education leaders.

Ms. Willoughby said she is excited to have this opportunity to represent Ingram State Technical College on the board and looks forward to helping all those in her district get the most from their membership experience.