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art educator

Donna Joan-Stillwell Ash, American art educator. Certified art education teacher Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Nominee Teacher of Year, Williamstown (New Jersey) High School, 2005; recipient Achievement award, Noyes Museum Art, 1997, Appreciation certified, Monroe Township, 2000.

Background

Ash, Donna Joan-Stillwell was born on January 28, 1955 in Camden, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Clifton Raymond Stillwell and Joan Leila Schoenfeld.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Art Education, Millersville University, 1977. Postgraduate, Rowan University, 1995—1997. Postgraduate, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, 1997.

Career

Art teacher Monroe Township Board Education, Williamstown, New Jersey, since 1977. Owner, artist Art for Him, Malaga, since 2004. Director, founder intergrad and multi-cultural educational learning events Monroe Township, since 1995.

Studio art director Williamstown (New Jersey) High School, since 1977, achievement night coordinator, since 1986, founder, director 3-D Art Gallery, 2004, representative county teen arts, 2005—2006, coordinator trips, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Certified art education teacher Pennsylvania, New Jersey.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Scenery director musicals and plays: Williamstown High School, 1986-1993.

Membership

Founder, coordinator Art Makes a Difference, Monroe Township, since 1995. Member of National Education Association, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) Art Museum, Monroe Township Education Association, New Jersey Educator's Association, National Museum American Indian, Women of Faith.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, study of Native American arts, Bible studies, creating art.

Connections

Married Patrick Charles Ash, July 31, 1977.

father:
Clifton Raymond Stillwell

mother:
Joan Leila Schoenfeld

spouse:
Patrick Charles Ash