I am a motivated, creative, professional with experience teaching all grades K-College, experience in administration, curriculum and program development, and working with youth and adults at risk for 20 years. I am seeking to combine personal and professional skills in a position working with youth and adults, where program and curriculum development, building community partnerships, and program oversight align in a position working with students, faculty, administration, and the wider community toward the greater good.
teachers, student teachers, and clinical students
COURSES TAUGHT AT CLARKE UNIVERSITY
Developed and implemented curriculum for online and face to face teaching
Planning and implementation of campus-wide initiatives to increase retention and planning and implementation of professional development for educating faculty on current advising practices and procedures
Presentations to sub-groups and faculty development to foster diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus
My dissertation research was on the benefits of service learning for youth at risk. While at Clarke I organized and chaperoned yearly trips to The David School, an at risk high school in the heart of Appalachia. I spent one year on a leave of absence form Clarke as interim principal at The David School while conducting my dissertation research. While at TDS, I was tasked with reorganization and conducting a year long self study in order to begin the accreditation process.
The Commission of the Kentucky Colonel Award 2017
Women's Leadership Network, Woman of Achievement Award 2017
for “Achievement in Her Field.”
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