Join educators from across North Carolina and the country to share and explore best practices in support of the Whole Child.
Jessica Cuneo has been an educator for over 20 years. She has spent the majority of her career as an elementary classroom teacher, Vice Principal and Principal in North Carolina public schools.
Educator with over 15 years of experience from PreK-12 grade specializing in special education and supporting students with emotional/behavior needs.
I've been supporting students, staff, and families for over 16 years in a various roles. Providing an alternative placement, with wrap around services, and transitional plans has been the newest highlight of my journey.
Curriculum Specialist & Math Coach.
Science Educator & Adjust Professor (Teacher Education)
Dr. Stephanie Lowe Ellis, Ed.D, NCSP is a nationally certified school psychologist. She completed her dissertation, trained, and worked with several districts and state professionals to develop school behavioral threat assessment processes in NC.
Experienced School Turnaround Specialist and Solutions Consultant with a demonstrated history of effectiveness.
Our Children's Place is a statewide program focused on community support for children of incarcerated and returning parents.
Dr. Erica Shoulders-Royster, a veteran educator serving as NCDPI’s Career and College Ready Graduate (CCRG) Program Administrator. Erica brings a wealth of experience and believes in the Rita Pierson's "Every child deserves a champion," quote.
I believe in coaching teachers to impact change.
Sean Slade is the Head of BTS Spark, North America, focused on developing the next generation of school leaders. Previously he led the Whole Child initiative and mission at ASCD for over a decade and the development of the WSCC Model.
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