Leaders incite change. They inspire and motivate people. They propel people towards purposeful goals. And, they seem to be everywhere we turn. However, some leaders go overlooked, and these leaders are our educators.
Educators are dedicated to developing and encouraging the next generation. They set direction, build an inspiring vision, and empower their students for the future.
This series is focused on recognizing and celebrating educators for all of their hard work. See Words helps educators provide engaging lessons to improve literacy skills. We also want to showcase the individuals who work on improving those literacy skills daily. These educators will be featured throughout the series, sharing a few key aspects of their career.
Our literacy leaders post normally recognizes an individual – sometimes a teacher, sometimes a non-profit leader or influencer. But we are in extraordinary times right now. As a result, we’ve had the privilege to work along-side some pretty amazing leaders in Cincinnati that are tirelessly working to solve the care and educational challenges in the current reality.
Meet our most recent Literacy Leader, Betsy Stoeckle
Meet our most recent Literacy Leader, Kevin Kushman
Meet our most recent Literacy Leader, Caren Karlage. Caren joined Mayerson Academy in 2008. Her passion is reading and working with struggling readers so they too can enjoy the experience of reading.
Meet our most recent Literacy Leader, Bella Frueh. Bella is an empathetic educator that offers a fresh perspective to early learning and literacy.
Ryan Viner is a powerhouse in the #Fight4Literacy. Through his role as Executive Director of Coaching for Literacy, he connects more Americans to the issue of illiteracy so that they can become advocates alongside him.
Heather Gerker, a thoughtful and experienced professional, is changing the community through her work in education. As a community-focused individual, Heather engages with children, families and organizations to implement strategies that provide support to community members.
This week’s literacy leader, Kristie Thompson, works on using various techniques and technology to grow her students’ brains and goals inside the classroom.
Our newest Literacy Leader, Tonya Howard, uses her energy and enthusiasm to keep her students positive and excited about literacy.
Our newest member of the Literacy Leader’s team is Christine Gibson. Christine works within the Cincinnati Public Schools to educate and motivate her students as they work on becoming accountable for their own learning and actions.
With our new Literacy Leader’s mentality that we are all life-long learners, Jennifer Rylatt works on her self and her students becoming better every day.
Our most recent Literacy Leader, Terry Ann Williams-Richard, is an inspiring educator within the Cincinnati Area using her abilities to encourage the success of her students’ learning and lives.
Our Literacy Leader, Lori Davis, is an encouraging educator working within the Cincinnati Public Schools who fosters collaboration and confidence in the classroom.
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