Keri Jean Miksza was born and raised in New Jersey and is also a “Bloomerang-er.” She spent two decades as a shepherd on university-level marketing textbooks, working closely with authors from start to finish. She now does the same with beautiful homes, working for Susan Yeley Homes in Bloomington. She has two amazing kids and an equally amazing spouse. In her spare time she is an advocate for public education with the Indiana Coalition for Public Education–Monroe County. She firmly believes that public education is a cornerstone of democracy, and that the care and education of all of our community’s children is an investment that produces amazing results.
While public schools in Indiana are facing key policy and budgetary challenges, the Orange County public school districts in southern Indiana are working to overcome the challenges children face, via unique initiatives and innovative health-care partnerships, writes Keri Jean Miksza, an advocate with the Indiana Coalition for Public Education–Monroe County. Click here to read Keri’s article.