Graduate Adjunct Faculty, Special Education
Phone: (603) 535-2121
Margaret is a school psychologist in New Hampshire. She has worked in rural and urban districts. Over the years, she has also taught students with learning disabilities and emotional handicaps. She has extensive trainings in programs such as Project Read, Life Space Crisis Intervention and PBIS.
Margaret began her career after arriving home from Brasil, where she was in the Peace Corps working in pre-school education and special olympics.
Degrees and Education
- CAGS, Mental Health/Educational Leadership, Plymouth State University
- CAGS, School Psychology, Rivier College
- MEd, Learning Disabilities/Emotional Handicaps, Keene State College
- Study and implications of Executive Functioning Disorders
Recent Conference Presentations
Margaret has presented workshops on Executive Functioning and its impact in the classroom.
Awards and Distinctions
- EDdies School Psychologist of the Year, New Hampshire, 2005
- New Hampshire School Psychologist of the Year, 2004
Associations, Boards, and Committees
- Functional Behavioral Committee, Nashua NH
- National Association of School Psychologists
- National Association of Special Education Teachers
- National Council on Measurement in Education
- Returned Peace Corp Volunteers
- SE 5190 Educational Testing