Queen Bee Educational Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 5663
Glendale Heights, IL 60139-5663
Benefitting Students of Queen Bee Elementary District 16
|Name||QBEF Office||Director Since
|Leigh Felesena||President||Leigh formerly was a licensed insurance representative with StateFarm, but has been a stay at home mom since her oldest daughter was born. She has two sons who both attended Queen Bee, a daughter in Glen Hill, and a toddler at home.||May,
|Tanya Nork||Vice-President||Employed part-time at Dupage Medical Group in the finance dept as a accounting assistant for last 15yrs. She is a mom of 2 girls. Oldest daughter attends Glen Hill younger daughter stays home.||May, 2013|
|Michael Reich||Secretary-Treasurer||Member of Queen Bee School Board
founding board member of QBEF; founding board member of Partnership for
Educational Progress (PEP) foundation; retired after 31 year Federal
|Jeanine Woltman||Director||Jeanine is a parent educator, working with primarily refugee and immigrant families with birth to 5 year olds in Glen Ellyn District 41, since 2003. Prior to that she taught in a variety of roles including Child Care, Pre-K at-risk, and 1st Grade. Her family resides in Glen Ellyn Countryside and her two children attend Queen Bee Schools. She is also a past student of Queen Bee Schools, having attended both Glen Hill and Glenside.||May, 2010|
||Former member of QB District 16 School Board; founding board member of QBEF||May, 2008|
Hancock serves as the Director of Teaching and Learning at Queen Bee
School District 16. She has served as an Assistant Principal,
Principal and now Central Office administrator at Queen Bee. Mrs.
Hancock attended Knox College and holds graduate degrees from
Benedictine University. She also serves as adjunct faculty at
local universities. Mrs. Hancock is the liaison between the QBEF
and the school district. She is a mother of two and enjoys spending
time with her husband, son and newborn daughter.
is retired from Queen Bee School District having taught at Glenside
Middle School for 23 years. She held positions as the Library
Media Director, Instructional Technologist and Computer Education
teacher. Previously she worked as a Special Education teacher as
well as at Glenside Public Library in Children’s Services. She
considers it an honor to have worked at Queen Bee, loving the dedicated
staff and the diversity of the students.