I am a Research Associate at the Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University and is co-principal investigator for projects funded by the Florida Department of Education involving education programs for students with disabilities. I have more than 40 years of experience in education involving large-scale educational development, reform initiatives and teacher training.
What attracted you to The Mountain?
My involvement with the Mountain began in 1985 when I attended Leadership Training School prior to serving as president of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee. My continued involvement with The Mountain includes my support of its important work in personal growth, community building, and social justice and the opportunity to spend time on this beautiful place.
What would you like to accomplish in your Board role?
I want to foster the continued growth and outreach of programs and provide opportunities for others to share in the work and inspiration of The Mountain.
About my family:
Joelle (daughter) and Michael Liedtke and my grandchildren: Cooper (5) and Annie (3): Erinne (daughter) and Cliff Longobardi and my grandchildren: CJ (6) and Olivia (2).
What do you find most important in life?
Most important? My wonderful daughters and their families, my sister and her family, making positive changes, and exploring and preserving this beautiful environment.
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