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An entourage of well-wishers surprised Debbie DiJohn when was name 2022 Gloucester County ESP of the Year. From left: WTEA Building Rep Julie Lyons, Asst. Principal Greg Muscelli, Principal Michael D’Ostilio, then Supt. Joseph Bollendorf, Ryan DiJohn (Debbie’s son), Debbie DiJohn, Dave DiJohn (Debbie’s husband), WTEA Executive Committee member Kim Crum, NJEA Associate Director of Organizational Development Bob Antonelli, and GCEA President Chrissy Kosar.

Having a job and having a job you love 

Meet Gloucester County ESP of the Year Debra DiJohn  The 2022 Gloucester County ESP of the Year Debra DiJohn started her career in the corporate world managing a payroll company.…

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Read more about the article Advocating for parents and children one family at a time 
2022 Cumberland County ESP of the Year Damita White-Morris at the NJEA Celebration of Women on March 26, 2022.

Advocating for parents and children one family at a time 

Meet Cumberland County ESP of the Year Damita White-Morris  For Damita White-Morris, the 2022 Cumberland County ESP of the Year, life had other plans for her when she was planning…

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Whatever the weather, she’s got it covered! 

Meet Ocean County ESP of the Year Lori Paton After college, Lori Paton was juggling her own career with her role as the wife of a U.S. Coast Guard servicemember,…

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Read more about the article “I feel like I’m making such a difference in my community”
Salem County ESP of the Year Amy Tighe at the 2022 NJEA ESP Conference. From left: NJEA Vice President Steve Beatty, Tighe, NJEA President Sean M. Spiller.

“I feel like I’m making such a difference in my community”

Meet Salem County ESP of the Year Amy Tighe  For Amy Tighe, 2022 Salem County Educational Support Professional (ESP) of the Year, family is everything. Although she started her career…

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In my own words  

Bergen County ESP of the Year Eugene Wojna  By Eugene Wojna   I’m a teacher’s aide at Carlstadt Public School and go by “Mr. W.” because my last name is…

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A calling to care for children

Meet Mercer County ESP of the Year Linda McRae Linda McRae had accomplished a great deal in her professional life before her career in public education. She first worked with…

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Meet Cape May County ESP of the Year Debra Falck

Celebrating retirement with a well-earned honor  After 25 years of service in the Lower Township Elementary School District, Cape May County Educational Support Professional of the Year Debra Falck retired…

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