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Susan Dalton
TEA UniServ Coordinator
District 13
Susan Dalton worked as a social studies teacher in Sumner County before joining the Tennessee Education Association staff as an Instruction and Professional Development specialist over a decade ago.  In the fall of 2014, Susan transferred to UniServ District 13 replacing long-time MNEA UniServ staffer Forestine Cole, who had accepted a position at the TEA Headquarters in the newly formed TEA Advocacy Hotline. Before being assigned permanently to MNEA, she filled in part-time after the retirement of Ralph Smith before Mary Campbell was hired and worked closely with MNEA on two National Board for Teaching Standards projects.  

Dalton's current assignment includes all MNPS schools physically located in the McGavock, Whites Creek, and Hunters Lane Clusters plus Lebanon Special School District and Wilson County.

Mary Campbell, Esq.
TEA UniServ Coordinator
District 13
Mary Campbell is a native of West Virginia. She received her undergraduate degree from Duke University. She received her law degree from Vanderbilt and obtained her license to practice law in Tennessee in 1989. She was an assistant District Attorney in Nashville for several years and was an adjunct professor in Educational Law at Cumberland University. Most recently, Mary became a high school teacher in Criminal Justice at Ravenwood High School in Williamson County, where she was Department Chair for the Career Tech Department. She became a UniServ coordinator in December 2013 following the retirement of Ralph Smith. ​

Campbell's assignment includes all MNPS schools not physically located in the McGavock, Whites Creek, or Hunters Lane Clusters plus the Tennessee School for the Blind.