Covington Who's Who Selects Lydia Miley Jones as a VIP Member of the Executive and Professional Registry

Top Quote The selection recognizes Lydia Miley Jones's commitment to excellence in Education and Administration. End Quote
  • Lousiville, KY-IN (1888PressRelease) October 03, 2012 - Lydia Miley Jones, Special Education Teacher at Crosby Middle Schools, has been selected as a VIP Member of the Covington Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes Lydia Miley Jones's commitment to excellence in Education and Administration.

    Jones, who holds an AA Degree in Human Services from Shelby State Community College, a BSW from the University of Memphis, and an MSW from Spalding University, is a certified special education teacher and reading specialist who began working in her field in 1985 as a director for a YMCA after school program in Memphis, Tennessee. She has spent numerous years as an administrator in higher education.

    Boasting twenty-three years in the field, Jones has spent the last eight of those years in special education. In her current role, she is a middle school ECE research teacher. She advocates for her students to continue to ensure a nurturing, enriched academic environment, which is welcoming and inclusive.

    Inspired by her faith in God, Jones contributes her success to the love and support she's received from her loving mother, father, siblings, and children. Being a lifelong learner, she is currently pursuing her administrative endorsement so she can become a licensed administrator in the field of education.

    "I hope to continue to empower students to be the best that they can be while being a team player and positive role model for my peers and colleagues," Jones said.

    Jones is a member of Greater Louisville Association of Black Educators, Women School Administrators, National Education Association, Kentucky Education Association, National Association of Black School Educators, American Cancer Society, Sigma Gamma, and Rho Sorority, Inc. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including an Outstanding Graduate Adult Learner Award in 1999 through Spalding University, the Kentucky Colonel Award in 2001, the Robert A. Miller Diversity Award and Pioneer Award for Minority Student Affairs, both in 2002, a Barbara Bolton Distinguished Service Teaching Award in 2009, and a 55 Thousand Degrees Program Award through Spalding University and the City of Louisville from 2011-12.

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