Coffee County School Board Member and Chairman Brett Henley has been elected to serve as vice president of the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA). Henley, a master level five designated school board member, has served as TSBA's Treasurer, South Central Director in 2017, At-Large Member in 2016, and has been the Chairman of the Coffee County School Board since 2014.
Previously the treasurer in 2017, Henley hopes to continue to move up the ladder in the coming years to become president-elect and president.
“The level of being able to be involved nationally and statewide with legislature representatives and the exposure,” Henley said about what his representation in the TSBA brings to Coffee County. He explained there is an annual advocacy conference he will attend once he is president-elect where he can spend one-on-one time with the senators and legislature from the state and give the needs of the district to their attention.
As vice president, he will be in charge of planning, development and bylaws.
Coffee County Schools congratulates Henley on his new leadership role and express our gratitude for his continued service to our students, schools and community.
The TSBA recognized Henley for earning master board member status in 2014. In 2015, he was elected to serve on the State Board as an At-Large member.
The TSBA is a non-profit, private service organization whose mission is to assist school boards in effectively governing school districts.For more information about the Tennessee State Board Association, see www.tsba.net.