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Alumni Fellows

Previous Fellows

2013-2014
Lisa B. Carey, MAT

Currently:

Senior Education Consultant, Center for Innovation and Leadership in Special Education, Kennedy Krieger Institute; Doctoral Student, Towson University


2013-2014
Christine Gralow, MS

Currently:

Special Education Consultant, Hawaii Public Schools, Kauai, Hawaii

 


2014-2015
Alicia Woolf, MEd

Currently:

Special Education Faculty, Urban Teachers, Baltimore, Maryland

 


2014-2015
Carrie Schiel, MS, CCC-SLP

Currently:

Lead Speech-Language Pathologist, Developmental Evaluation Services Team, Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland
 


2014-2015
Lauren Taylor, MEd

Currently:

Special Education Instructional Team Leader, Howard County Public Schools, Maryland; Special Education Faculty, Urban Teachers, Baltimore, Maryland


Martine Philippe-Auguste

2015-2016
Martine Phillipe-Auguste, MS

Currently:

Special Education Teacher, Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland

 


Rachel Eversole

2015-2016
Rachel Eversole, MD

Currently:

Coordinator, Behavioral Interventions and Supports, Frederick County Public Schools, Maryland


Anne Marie Tagliaferri

2015-2016
Anne Marie Tagliaferri, MEd

Currently:

Program Specialist, Elementary Special Education Programs, Montgomery County Public Schools
 


Jessica Grow

2015-2016
Jessica Grow, MEd

Currently:

Senior Education Consultant, The Bullis School, Potomac, Maryland

 


Amanda Hughes

2016-2017
Amanda Hughes, MEd

Currently:

English Department Chair, Owings Mills High School

 


Erin Richmond

2016-2017
Erin Richmond, MEd

Currently:

Special Education Teacher, Baltimore County Public Schools

 


Kelly Rietschel

2016-2017
Kelly Rietschel, MEd

Currently:

Director of Improvement Projects, Improving Education

Fellowship Factsheet

Center Leadership

What Leaders In The Field Are Saying About the Center

"This program thoughtfully brings together cutting edge partners that together will create a high-caliber, hands-on environment for learning. Those that complete the program will be sought after by many school systems for leadership positions in special education."
Kim Lewis, EdD

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