Marlene Mensch is currently the Curriculum Director for CASE. She coordinates curriculum development activities with teacher representatives and works with teacher trainers in preparing CASE Institutes.
Prior to her assignment with CASE, she taught high school agriculture in Oregon and participated in the DuPont National Agricultural Science Ambassador Program.
Marlene taught secondary agricultural education at Dallas and Crater High Schools in Oregon for seven years before accepting a position on the CASE Team in 2008.
Oregon Vocational Agriculture Teachers' Association members awarded Marlene the OVATA Young Teacher of the Year in 2006 and she continues to be an active member of the OVATA and works with local Oregon school districts to improve high school agriculture programs across the state.