Marcie Ouellette has held numerous positions in education throughout New Hampshire and brings a diverse amount of experience and knowledge to the Benjamini Franklin Academy team. Marcie holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management and master’s degree in Educational Leadership. Additionally, she has held certification as a school administrator through the State Department of Education for over ten years. Marcie has been a Human Resource Administrator for the state of New Hampshire, Director of Career and Technical Education for the Newport School District, Business and Community Liaison for the Nashua school district, and an Associate Director of Admission at Daniel Webster College. Marcie prides herself on building relationships and fostering partnerships between the schools she represents and the communities in which they reside–relationships that shefirmly believes are integral in leading successful schools. As a result, Marcie has held positions with several community groups, served on various boards throughout the State, and was selected to receive the Dale Carnegie Interpersonal Leadership Award by her peers in the Leadership Greater Nashua Class of 2011. From 2012–2015, while a member of the NH Career and Technical Administrators (NHCTA) professional group, she represented the group’s interests annually in Washington, D.C. where she advocated for continued federal Perkins funding and support for career and technical centers throughout New Hampshire.