(Columbus) – On Friday, May 11, Mark Hill of the Worthington Education Association, was elected Secretary-Treasurer of Ohio’s largest association of public employees, the Ohio Education Association (OEA).
Hill was elected by OEA’s Representative Assembly, the governing body of the organization. The Representative Assembly is comprised of more than 1,100 elected delegates from local education associations throughout Ohio. Hill will serve a three-year term beginning July 15, 2018. He replaces outgoing Secretary-Treasurer Tim Myers who is term-limited.
Hill is a 30-year middle school math teacher with Worthington City Schools. He has served since 2010 as President of the Worthington Education Association and has been a member of the bargaining team for four contracts. Mark has served as Chair of the Political Action and Finance Committees for Central OEA/NEA and as Chair of the OEA Resolutions Committee. Mark is currently a member of the OEA Board of Directors and is the Chair of the Strategic Priorities Oversight Committee. Mark has served on the board of the State Teachers Retirement System since 2010.
The Ohio Education Association represents 125,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals in Ohio’s public schools, colleges and universities.