Cache educator named Jordan UniServ executive director

Theresa Stanton, a 15-year teaching veteran, was selected to serve as executive director of the Jordan UniServ.

Stanton most recently taught sixth grade in the Cache County School District where she was active in the Cache Education Association, serving as association president, building representative and delegate to the NEA Representative Assembly. She has endorsements in reading, mathematics (special education) mild/moderate disabilities and previously worked 12 years as a special education teacher.

“I am deeply committed to advancing the cause of public education and I look forward to advocating for the profession in this new role,” said Stanton.

Stanton earned a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University (English) and master’s degrees from both Utah State (Special Education) and Western Governors University (Educational Leadership).

Stanton joins UniServ Director Kristi Critchlow who was also hired this year. They replace Jennifer Boehme, who accepted a position as UEA executive director, and Jessica Dunn, who is now a director in the Granite UniServ. The Jordan UniServ serves educators in the Jordan and Canyons School Districts.