Creative, innovative and results-oriented educational professional with over 16 years of classroom and leadership expertise to become a Middle School Head. Committed to encouraging and empowering students and teachers to become lifelong learners by creating and implementing global partnership opportunities, and ensuring a school atmosphere that is respectful, accepting and motivating. Collaborative and resourceful facilitator who fosters a school culture where mentorship, relationship building, advocacy and community outreach and involvement are essential to academic success. Empowering leader with a proven track record of increasing student achievements and directing teacher and staff professional development. Focused on creating a supportive relationship between students, staff, parents, and the entire community.
The Mathew “06 and Abigail “10 Young Memorial Award – 2014
Recognized for “contributing significantly to many areas of school life, displaying care and concern for all members of the Calvert community, and possessing the intangible spirit that made Matt and Abby so special”
Calvert School Master Teacher – 2014 – Present
Recognized for excellence in teaching and making meaningful contributions to the community through leadership and committee work
Member , American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL), 2008 – present
Member , Maryland Foreign Language Association (MFLA), 2006-present
Member , American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, 2010-present
Member , Association for Middle Level Education, 2016-present
2018 The Glasgow Group LLC National Diversity Practitioners Institute - June 2018
Three day program designed to sharpen skills and deepen the practice of creating equitable and inclusive school communities. Interactive sessions are designed to: deepen core knowledge around diversity, identity, and inclusion; to provide a framework for developing and implementing trusted practices; to give members an opportunity to plan their diversity efforts at their school with support from institute faculty throughout the year in a formal mentoring program; and to promote networking and resource sharing among members.
2018 iEARN Conference - Global Collaboration for Sustainable Development - July 2018
Reinforce communications and develop partnerships between educators and youth locally, regionally, and globally, and provided an opportunity for educators and youth to share successful classroom project examples and develop new collaborative project ideas. It features educator and youth led workshops, cultural excursions, culture nights, and keynotes by leaders working in the fields of global education and virtual exchange.
2018 Presenter at NAIS/TABS Global Symposium - April 2018
Brings together school leaders, experts, colleagues and friends to share and explore new and existing programs, best practices, and the current and future landscape of global education in our schools.
NAIS School Leadership Institute – July 2017
In-depth program in which participants cultivate an individualized professional development strategy based on strengths and areas for improvement, leaving with a unique leadership plan based on proven techniques.
World Leadership School – Global Educator Intensive: Exploring Purpose in the Peruvian Andes – June 2017
Program connecting to Peru's culture and people as participants examine the question: “How can we explore and articulate our own purpose to better help students find theirs?” Working to explore and clarify purpose for ourselves as we explore what a purpose-based curriculum might look like along the K-12 spectrum.
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