with oversight by Carolina Friends School.
|Christel Grenier Butchart, MA. Committee Chair, Middle grades teacher at Carolina Friends School. Christel received her Masters degree in International Studies with a focus on Peace and Conflict Resolution from the University of Queensland, Australia.|
|Renee Prillaman, PhD. Previous Chair of PSNC committee. Renee holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction. She serves on the Board of the North Carolina Psychoanalytic Foundation and is the Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning at Carolina Friends School.|
Mary Ann Bella, BA, Journalism. Communications consultant, writer and producer.
|Charlie Butchart, BA. Sixth grade educator at Central Park School for Children. Charlie has 16 years of administrative and teaching experience from pre-K through sixth grade.|
Cheryl Chambers, BA, Elementary Education K-8. Former math and science teacher; Office Administrator for Jeffrey R. Chambers, MD.
|Aileen Clougherty, MA Kindergarten educator at Central Park School for Children. Aileen has been teaching for 35 years with a variety of ages in different settings. She has a master’s degree, certified in elementary education, art, and special education.|
|John Heffernan, MEd. Director, Central Park School for Children; National Board Certified Teacher.|
|Jan Riggsbee, EdD, Associate Professor in the Practice of Education at Duke University. Jan is the former director of the Duke’s Program in Education and currently leads Duke TeachHouse, a living and learning community which supports new teachers in Durham public schools.|
Ida Trisolini, BA, Interim Assistant Head for Teaching and Learning at Carolina Friends School. Ida is a graduate of the Institute for Engaging Leadership, a two-year Quaker Education program. Ida has led Peaceful Schools professional development workshops focused on proactive classroom management strategies. We are thrilled to have her join our committee.
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