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VI Board of Education Chooses New Executive Director

Virgin Islands Board of Education

The 20th Virgin Islands Board of Education is pleased to announce its selection of a new executive director.

“After much deliberation, the 20th Virgin Islands Board of Education has selected Dr. Stephanie J. Berry to serve as our executive director. We were blessed to have a number of extremely talented, educated and experienced applicants from which to choose,” said VIBE Chairperson Kyza A. Callwood.

“Dr. Berry’s familiarity with the VIBE will allow her, the staff and the Board members to continue working for the benefit of the Virgin Islands’ educational system and our students,” he said.

The tenure of Stephanie Berry, Ph.D., began Monday, April 26.

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The 20th Virgin Islands Board of Education is pleased to announce its selection of a new executive director. “After much deliberation, the 20th Virgin Islands Board of Education has selected Dr. Stephanie J. Berry to serve as our executive director. We were blessed to have a number of extremely talented, educated and experienced applicants from which to choose,” said VIBE Chairperson Kyza A. Callwood. “Dr. Berry’s familiarity with the VIBE will allow her, the staff and the Board members to continue working for the benefit of the Virgin Islands’ educational system and our students,” he said. The tenure of Stephanie Berry, Ph.D., began Monday, April 26.