Patricia McDonald is a consultant passionate about challenging current and future educators to engage in critical conversations necessary to create culturally responsive learning environments for all students.
An educator for the last 25 years, Dr. Jacie Maslyk, has served as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, elementary principal, and assistant superintendent. Under her leadership, her district became recognized for innovative practices in STEAM and Maker Education. Dr.
Amanda L. March is Corwin’s Professional Learning and Evaluation Leader. In this role, she leads the design, delivery, and execution of the Global Evaluation Framework and instructional design and consultation activities to support high-quality professional learning experiences for all clients. Dr.
Hilda Martinez, a National Board-Certified teacher, has spent the last 20 years in inner-city schools at the elementary school level. She has a passion for early literacy and is currently an RTI teacher, where she helps design and implement plans for action for students exhibiting Tier 2 and 3 support. She earned her MA in curriculum and instruction under the guidance of Dr. Doug Fisher and Dr. Diane Lapp from San Diego State University and is BLCAD certified.
A speak with a servant’s heart, Ti’Gre McNear leads effective learning and change through the power of words to organizations, groups, and individuals to make known the importance of culture, education, community, and personal growth. Her messages are delivered with passion and aims to strengthen and elevate others in personal responsibility, leadership, and their distinct impact on the world.
Lorie Monroe Ph.D., is an Assistant Principal for St. Lucie County Public Schools, located in beautiful, sunny, South Florida. She received her undergraduate degree in Communications from Pepperdine University and graduate degrees from Pepperdine University and The George Washington University. Before becoming an Assistant Principal, Dr.