Dr. Laura Feijoo is currently serving as the Vice President for Leadership and Developmentsupporting leadership at all levels. She has served as the Superintendent of Schools for the CitySchool District of New Rochelle. In the NYC Department of Education, she served as the SeniorSupervising Superintendent overseeing all superintendents, Alternative Schools, Adult Education,and a series of other undertakings to close the opportunity gap by fostering initiatives to supportour most vulnerable students. Dr. Feijoo has spent her career improving leadership, effective goalsetting, and leading teams to support student outcomes.
Elizabeth Dellamora (PhD, NYU in Educational Leadership; MsEd, NIU in Reading) works as an educational consultant supporting teachers, principals, and district leaders across the country.She has worked from Alaska to California to Florida to New Hampshire- and nearly every state inbetween. Previous to her full-time work as a consultant, Elizabeth worked as a primary classroomteacher and reading specialist both in and nearby Chicago. As a consultant, Elizabeth hassuccessfully worked with teachers and students from pre-kindergarten through high school, as wellas undergrad and graduate students, but her expertise is in primary and intermediate literacy.Elizabeth is deeply committed to facilitating learning through a gradual release of responsibility(Pearson & Gallagher, 1983)
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Through the Thinking Maps Leader (TML) process you are not just building capacity in the individual people, you are building capacity in the system. TML is a way of thinking and a tool that engages people in solving a problem now and in the future.
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