Dorchester County’s André Beulah is MSEA’s First ESP of the Year
“Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions.” That’s the staff motto of Cambridge South Dorchester High School campus engineer André Beulah and his team of engineering and custodial staff.
Beulah was awarded ESP of the Year in October at the 2016 MSEA Convention in front of more than 675 delegates from across the state. He made a swift rise to his supervisory position — just four years after being named campus engineer, Beulah was awarded a state Silver Hammer Award for innovative facility upkeep. And since he began his employment with Dorchester Public Schools, he’s received a service recognition award every year.
“I strive to lead by example as a professional and as a positive role model,” said MSEA’s first ESP of the Year, André Beulah.
“I strive to lead by example as a professional and as a positive role model,” Beulah told the delegates. “I hope there will be more opportunities for training for all educational support professionals, so we can continue to develop new skills, better showcase our professionalism, and most importantly, better serve and support the educational process in Maryland.”