Heery International’s David Waggoner, the National Market Leader for Heery’s K-12 Program Management services received an A4LE Fellow award at the Association for Learning Environments’ annual International Conference.  The A4LE Fellowship Award is considered one of the most distinguished honors conferred by the Association. Members who have provided exemplary contributions to the Association over their many years of service are the most respected members of the Association for Learning Environments community. They represent the mark of excellence in the industry in which they serve and are widely recognized as those members that have advanced the association and its mission.

Waggoner is a 26-year veteran of Heery and is a nationally recognized thought leader in the K-12 market. He is the former Chair of the International Board of Directors of the Association of Learning Environments. Through his work, speaking engagements and authorship of industry articles, Waggoner has been able to capture the attention of the K-12 industry.

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