(JACKSON, MS, January 25, 2022) Parents for Public Schools® (PPS) has officially announced Kylene Dibble as its new Director of Chapter Services. Having served as the Executive Director of Parents for Public Schools of Pitt County for more than 7 years, Kylene’s knowledge of public schools and connection to PPS will serve her greatly as a member of the National Office Staff.
As the Director of Chapter Services, Kylene will be responsible for providing support and assistance to PPS chapters. She will also assist in managing the process of chapter creation and development. Additionally, she will work in close proximity with the National Executive Director to refine and execute strategic goals. Of her new role, Dibble shares that she is “truly looking forward to creating ways for chapters to learn and grow from one another.” She hopes that, through her new position, chapters will also “share resources and ideas” as well as “build a stronger connection with each other.”
Kylene’s knowledge and expertise will truly serve as an asset to the PPS National Office. She has earned both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work from Meredith College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, respectively. Additionally, she has taught part time in the School of Social Work at East Carolina University for seven years.
Please join PPS in welcoming Kylene to its National Office Staff.
About Parents for Public Schools
Parents for Public Schools, Inc. is a nonpartisan nonprofit that began in Mississippi more than 30 years ago by parents who organized to support their public schools while educating and mobilizing themselves and others to demand higher standards and better resources for each student. Following interest from other cities around the nation, the National Office for Parents for Public Schools, Inc. (PPS) was founded in 1991. Since then, PPS has become a diverse, national organization of community-based chapters whose mission is to advance the role of parents and communities in securing a high-quality public education for every child by providing professional leadership training that prepares parents and others to become equal partners with and responsible stewards of their public schools.
For more information about PPS, contact Joann Mickens, Executive Director, at 601-969-6936, or email@example.com; visit our website, (www.parents4publicschools.org), or follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/PPSNational/), Twitter (@PPS_National) and Instagram (@PPS_National).