The Lana Learn team heads back to school with four exceptional staff additions to our Washington, DC programs.
As we head back to school, I’m excited to share the news of four new staff members joining the Lana Learn team in Washington, DC. We are onboarding three Academic Coaches to carry out the OSSE High-Impact Tutoring (HIT) Program at our partner schools. Additionally, we brought on a Site Coordinator for our 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21CCLC) Program. All four meet the Lana Learn criteria: exceptional educators/youth developers. It’s important that we recruit staff who not only possess the necessary subject mastery, but also share our passion for personalized student support.
HIT Coach at IDEA Public Charter School
Stedman comes from the dynamic city of New York. He has previous experience working for a nonprofit organization program as a youth specialist at the high school level and a basketball coach at the college level. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Angelo State University and a master’s degree in sports management in education from William Woods University. Additionally, he is nearly finished with a second master’s in public policy.
HIT Coach at H.D Woodson STEM High School
Danielle is from the beautiful Caribbean island of Antigua. She has previously worked as a middle and high school science and math teacher, science department chair, and science instructional coach. Danielle holds both a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in elementary education from Quinnipiac University. She also studied abroad for a semester in Australia.
HIT Coach at Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School
Jenna comes from the great state of New Jersey. She has experience as a high school and middle school social studies teacher. She has taught courses in US History, Holocaust & Genocide, Ethics & Philosophy, World History, Social Justice, Civics, and Social Emotional Learning. Jenna has a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Kutztown University and a master’s degree in history from Liberty University.
21st CCLC Site Coordinator at Cardozo Education Campus
Matt comes to us from the scenic state of Maine. He has been a middle school math and English Language Learners (ELLs) teacher. He has also served as a science instructional coach. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree in cognitive and brain science from Tufts University and a master’s degree in human development and education, arts and learning from Harvard University. Additionally, he is a professional musician!
We welcome all four new recruits to our team. We are excited to grow our impact and better serve our students in the new school year.