Seven Balfour representatives earn CJE designations

Kathi Hopkins and Tammy Bailey receive their CJE certifications at the JEA adviser luncheon in Orlando, Florida.

Kathi Hopkins and Tammy Bailey receive their CJE certifications at the JEA adviser luncheon in Orlando, Florida.

Seven Balfour Yearbooks representatives earned Certified Journalism Educator (CJE) designations from the Journalism Education Association (JEA). These representatives were officially recognized at JEA’s national convention in Orlando, Florida.

The highly-respected CJE certification is held by fewer than 1 in 30 yearbook professionals. It demonstrates a broad knowledge of journalism, not just yearbooks. CJE testing covers publication and website design, photography, writing, court cases that affect scholastic journalism, ethics and more. You can learn more about what the CJE means here.
Congratulations to these Balfour representatives:

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Tammy Bailey
Fort Worth, Texas

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Cheryl Chrisman
Fort Worth, Texas

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Shannon Hart
Minnetonka, Minnesota

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Kathi Hopkins
San Antonio, Texas

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Karen Loden
Brandon, Mississippi

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Amanda Reynolds
Fort Worth, Texas

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Lisa Schwartz
Houston, Texas