Alison Post Named Supervisor of Career and Technical Education
At the February 6 Frederick County School Board meeting and public hearing, Superintendent Dr. George Hummer introduced Alison Post as the FCPS Supervisor of Career and Technical Education (CTE). Post, who has served as the work-based learning coordinator for FCPS since July 2022, will take over from Mary Beth Echeverria, who is taking a position at Dowell J. Howard Center.
“I was extremely excited and very humbled at the opportunity to be the supervisor of CTE in Frederick County Public Schools,” Post said. “I am very passionate about the programs we offer within CTE at FCPS and excited to continue the momentum that Mary Beth Echeverria has provided to our students, staff and community.”
Post began her teaching career as a CTE middle school business teacher within Frederick County and has held a variety of roles within CTE. She is excited to continue to work within such an amazing program. “I look forward to continuing the success and providing students with the opportunity to create a unique career pathway and how FCPS CTE courses can help drive that career passion,” she said.
Prior to serving as the work-based learning coordinator for FCPS, Post worked as a career coach at Millbrook High School for two years and as a business teacher at Frederick County Middle School for seven years. Additionally, she brings several years of business-related experience from the private sector. Ms. Post earned a bachelor’s in communications from American University and a master’s from West Virginia University.
Alison Post’s son, Cooper, is a Greenwood Mill Elementary School first grader. Ms. Post is thrilled to work within FCPS as she and her son embark on their exciting journeys.