(Baton Rouge, La.)- During the Louisiana Retired Teachers Association Spring Meeting, Bossier City resident Nancy Quigley became president of the organization. On April 25, 2018 Bertha Breland, now immediate past president, performed the introductory rites to induct Quigley as president.
Quigley has been involved in several areas of education and administration throughout her career. Her resume includes business teacher, assistant principal, COE Coordinator, Department Head of the Business Department for the Shreveport-Bossier Vo-Tech Center and Director of the Career Institute.
Soon after her retirement, Quigley joined the Bossier Retired Teachers Association and LRTA. Quigley was an active member of Bossier RTA, serving as recording secretary, vice president and president of the organization during her tenure.
She later became president of District XI, which encompasses Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, Claiborne and Webster parishes. Quigley was elected into other leadership positions with LRTA, such as second vice president and state program chair. She previously served as first vice president and state membership chair.
As president of LRTA, Quigley will preside at all meetings of the association, the Executive Board and the Executive Committee. She will also appoint all standing and special committees, with approval of the Executive Board. She is responsible for performing other such duties as needed to carry out the purposes of the association.
The Louisiana Retired Teachers Association is a nonprofit organization that is devoted to protecting and enhancing benefits for individuals receiving retirement benefits from the Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana. For more information about LRTA, visit lrta.net.