Left to right are: Jason Barnes representing Congresswoman Julia Brownley’s office, Ashley Humes representing Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long, Santa Paula High School teacher Jill Gregory, and Superintendent Stan Mantooth, Ventura County Office of Education. Photo by Dave Schermer, Ventura County Office of Education

SPHS Human Services Academy teacher Jill
Gregory receives 2015 Pathfinder Award

May 27, 2015
Santa Paula News

Santa Paula High School’s Human Services Academy teacher Jill Gregory was among a total of 13 individuals throughout Ventura County who were awarded the 2015 Pathfinder Award by VC Innovates for setting the standard for education and workforce collaboration. The awards luncheon was held on Thursday, May 7 at the Spanish Hills Country Club in Camarillo.

The educators, students and community leaders recognized were selected by each of the education partner districts and are considered to be among this year’s most innovative in the county. These individuals were recognized for setting a high standard for education and workforce collaboration.

VC Innovates is a collective group of innovative leaders in Ventura County that proactively imagine, invent, and manufacture solutions for education and workforce development. The group’s mission is to bring together educators, businesses and community partners to apply innovative approaches to the education experience, and seamlessly prepare future workers and leaders for the workforce.

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