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  1. Leila Richey, Adjunct Instructor

  2. Bryan Riley, Adjunct Instructor

    Bryan Riley is an Assistant Principal for DC Public Schools. Prior to working in a school leadership position, he was a classroom teacher in DC Public Schools more specifically at Key Elementary School. While in the classroom, Bryan was selected to s… More

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  3. Cheryle Saunders-Crawford, Adjunct Professorial Lecturer

  4. Elizabeth Scallon, Adjunct Instructor

  5. Sareeta Carter Schmitt, Adjunct Instructor

  6. Nicole Scifo, Adjunct Instructor

  7. Betty Shamwell, Adjunct Instructor

  8. Susan Stewart, Clinical Lead for Teacher Education

  9. Adrian Talley, Adjunct Professorial Lecturer

  10. Kathleen Tenhula, Adjunct Instructor

  11. Kimberly Tilley, Adjunct Instructor

  12. Amy Trenkle, Adjunct Instructor

    Amy Trenkle is an eighth grade U.S. history teacher at Alice Deal Middle School in Washington, D.C. She has been teaching in DCPS since 1999 and spent a year teaching at the American International School in Salzburg. She is a National Board Certif… More

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  13. Steven Trickey, Adjunct Professorial Lecturer

    Steve Trickey has considerable experience as a practicing senior educational psychologist working with teachers, learners and educational systems in the United Kingdom. His overriding interest now is how teachers can promote independent thinking in t… More

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  14. Melissa Turner, Adjunct Instructor

    Melissa Turner is an adjunct faculty member in American University’s School of Education, Teaching, and Health, teaching courses in education policy and management. She currently works on education and disability policy and budget issues as a Program… More

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  15. Diana Tynes, Adjunct Instructor

  16. Hannah White, Adjunct Instructor

  17. Melissa Wood, Adjunct Instructor

    Mary Beth Wood joined AU's media relations team in January 2010 after relocating from New York City. In her current role, Mary Beth is responsible for generating internal and external awareness and publicity for the School of International Service an… More

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