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Employment History

President

Shawnee Association of Classroom Teachers


Zone Vice President, Women's Leadership Cadre

National Education Association


Teacher

Shawnee


Affiliations

Civil Rights Committee

Member


OEA's Human

Member


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Greater Shawnee Area Chamber of Commerce -- Welcome to the Center of it All! -- Shawnee in Detail

Debbie Hogue-Downing, PresidentP.O. Box 126Shawnee, OK 74802405 273-1846Fax 405 948-7123 Shawnee Police Association


News-Star OnlineHogue-Downing recipient of the OEA's Kate Frank Award 09/08/04

Shawnee teacher Debbie Hogue-Downing is the 2004 recipient of the Oklahoma Education Association's Kate Frank Award. The award criteria states that the winner must be an advocate for member rights and show a commitment to advancing the Association, while encouraging advocacy among peers. Also, the award stipulates the winner should show professionalism and a desire to improve the profession through efforts within the education community and the general public. Hogue-Downing, a Native American, shows these traits and more in numerous ways.She is a long-time member of the OEA's Human and Civil Rights Committee, which is charged with increasing minority educators' involvement and advancement in the profession.She has been politically active throughout her education career by assisting in political races for friends of education and through frequent lobbying at the State Capital. She has served as zone vice president, National Education Association Women's Leadership Cadre, NEA Minority Affairs Committee, NEA Director, among others. Hogue-Downing organized Shawnee's first American Education Parade, as well as other events such as NEA's Read Across America and American Education Week "Debbie has been my most frequent caller requesting the community's involvement in school projects," said Shawnee Mayor Chris Harden in recommending her for the OEA honor.


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