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EDUCATION

Texas A&M University, 2002 – Doctorate in Educational Psychology  Specialization in Giftedness, Intelligence and Creativity
University of Houston, Clear Lake, 1996 – Masters of Science Degree  Specialization in Mid-Management
Southwestern University, 1993- Bachelor of Arts – Cum Laude  Major: Child Studies and Language Development, Specialization: Reading

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Education Consultant, Providing staff development to school districts, 2005-Present
Instructional Supervisor, Coordinating program with UHCL/CCISD, 2003-2005
Director of Policy (Spring 2003 in conjunction with coordinating GT Program)
Coordinator of Gifted Programs (K-12), Clear Creek I.S.D., 1999-2003
Assistant Principal at Wedgewood Elementary, Clear Creek I.S.D., 1998-1999
Gifted Specialist, McWhirter and Ferguson Elementary, 1997-1998
Fourth Grade Teacher, Walter Hall Elementary, 1993-1997
Adjunct at the University of Houston Clear Lake teaching classes in science methods, gifted and talented education, and early childhood education.

CERTIFICATES

Texas Elementary Teaching Certificate with Kindergarten Endorsement
Mid-management Certificate with PDAS/ILT Certification
TEA Gifted and Talented Endorsement 30 hours
Gifted Awareness Certificate with annual update
National GEMS Associate and trainer Trainer for SOI – Structure of the Intellect
Basic Training Trainer for Ruby Payne’s Understanding Students in Poverty

SPECIAL AWARDS

Region IV “Rising Star” Award in Gifted Education (1998-1999)
Clear Creek I.S.D. Region IV Elementary Teacher of the Year(1997-1998)
Space Center Rotary Club Excellence in Education Award (1996-1997)
PTA Life Membership Award (1996-1997)
Recipient of two Science Grants to fund innovative teaching methods
Fulbright Memorial Fund Scholar

ORGANIZATIONAL AFFILIATIONS
TAGT Executive Board Member (2002 to 2011) –Texas Association for Gifted and Talented, President  (2010)
NAGC – National Association for Gifted and Talented
Phi Delta Kappa – Vice President(1997-1998), Historian (1998-1999)
Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Honor Society
ASCD – Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
TEPSA – Texas Elementary Principal’s and Supervisor’s Association
NSTA-National Science Teachers Association

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