Professional Development expert who has experience in creating change for the betterment of the organization and works collaboratively with supervisors and colleagues. Background in policy and procedures and curriculum development, with a Ph.D. in Leadership and Innovation.
Presented a one day workshop, Supporting & Sustaining Professional Learning Communities in Indianapolis, IN.
Curriculum and scheduling all students; directed all staff development; teacher evaluation; attendance and discipline; technology coordinator; human resources for teacher hiring; managed school newsletter.
Teacher and classified employee evaluation; attendance and discipline; technology coordinator; building inventory; building use; student handbook; facilitated five-year technology plan; master calendar; evaluated and hired all head coaches; supervised athletic budgets; created schedules for all sports; chaired district committee that developed coach's evaluation aligned with district standards; directed Track and Field for the district.
Facilitator of Health Education Advisory Committee; coordinated Health Fair for Englewood High School; served as district liaison between Englewood, Sheridan, and Denver Public Schools for a grant partnership, which resulted in Leaders in Learning curriculum for teacher professional development in matching standards to existing curriculum.
CAC (Curriculum Advisory Committee) Teacher Education Program - University of Denver.
CO Department of Education - Outstanding Educator Recognition Award, 1994
Co-Instructor of "Matching Standards to Today's Kids" - University of Denver - Team member that developed post graduate curriculum for the three Leaders in Learning courses for D.U. Adjunct faculty at University of Denver.
Hired, evaluated, recommended for renewal and non-renewal all staff; master scheduler; facilitated staff meetings and curriculum; discipline and attendance; advising and counseling of students and student jobs.
1993 - North Central Association visitation committee for Rangeview High School in Aurora, CO.
Health education department chair; coordinator of AIDS education; committee for "Health Styles" newsletter; worked for benefit of House Bill 1936 for promotion of "Healthy Living Skills Act"; aided in validation of curriculum exam for Health and Physical Education for House Bill 1706; presenter at OAHPERD Convention; "Health Education: A Seven Year Review"; Drug Education Council for Edmond Public Schools; chaired Health Education Pilot Program for State of Oklahoma.
OK Softball Coaches Association President Elect - 1991
Allstate Softball Coach, Large West - 1990
President Elect OAHPERD Health Division and President - 1988 &1989
Head Coach of Class 5A State Champion Fast Pitch Softball - 1987
Health Educator of the Year, State of Oklahoma - 1985
Member of National Champion Slow Pitch Softball Team - 1978
Softball Coach: High School head Coach (1985-91) Assistant (1982-85) Junior High (1981-82)
Basketball Coach: Various levels (1981-91)
Track Coach: Various Levels (1981-91)
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
OSU Field Hockey: 1976-79
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