Resume | CV


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


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.


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


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

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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