New Board Member Michele Wayman Sworn In; Kathy Dill Re-Appointed


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New Board Member Michele Wayman Sworn In;

Kathy Dill Reappointed for Second Four Year Term

At the January Board of Education meeting, newly appointed member Michele Wayman was sworn in by Caroline Clerk of the Court Terry Lord and welcomed by fellow board members and Dr. Saelens. Ms. Wayman was appointed to complete the term of former board member George Abner. Ms. Lord also swore in current board member Kathy Dill for a second appointed term.

Arevia Michele Wayman

Ms. Wayman is currently employed as the Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion at Chesapeake College.  In 2009, she retired from Caroline County Public Schools after 36 years of service. She began as a classroom teacher and subsequently served as teacher specialist, school administrator, and Coordinator of Minority Student Achievement, Parent Involvement, Service Learning, and Social Studies. Following retirement, Ms. Wayman worked as a literacy coach in Delaware and a substitute teacher for CCPS, before her employment with Chesapeake College.

Ms. Wayman received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Morgan State University. Her Masters in Elementary Education and Education Administration was obtained from Salisbury University and George Washington University.

Ms. Wayman is active in the community as a member of Fellowship Chapter #58 OES, Allen AME Church, the Lockerman Alumni Association, the Mid-Shore Foundation, the Caroline County Branch of the NAACP, and the Morgan State University Alumni Association. She is also a trustee of the Order of the Eastern Star. Ms. Wayman has two children, both graduates of North Caroline High School, and resides in Hillsboro with her spouse.

Kathy Dill

Ms. Dill was appointed to a four-year term on the board of education in 2016, and was re-appointed to a second term in 2020. She has a BS degree from Salisbury University and a Masters in Administration from Salisbury.

Ms. Dill taught pre-school at Denton Child Development Center for eight years. She then taught at both the elementary and secondary level in Caroline and Talbot County Public Schools, and held administrative positions in Talbot. She retired after 28 years in education.

Ms. Dill is a member of the Maryland Council on Economic Education Board of Directors and currently serves on the Maryland State Department of Education Fine Arts Advisory Board. She and her children are all graduates of North Caroline High School. Ms. Dill currently resides in Denton with her spouse.