Susan is the Director of Vermont Sensory Access Project, which collaborates with the Vermont I-Team. She has a Master of Education in Special Education and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. Susan has experience as a Research Associate Professor at the University of Vermont and has published numerous articles for journals in the Special Education field.
Louise is an Outreach and Referral Specialist for the Vermont I-Team. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education and participated in the Master of Social Work Graduate Program at Adelphi University. Louise has extensive experience in administrative and managerial positions and wide knowledge in managing student project databases.
Phone: (802) 656-7122
Marie works part time as the Physical Therapy, Cortical Visual Impairment, and Assistive Technology Consultant for the Vermonte I-Team. She is the Assistive Technology Director for the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion. She is a licensed Physical Therapist in VT and holds a Master of Education in Intensive Special Education and Severe Disabilities. Marie has been specializing in Pediatric Physical Therapy for over a decade. Marie is certified in numerous areas such as being an Assistive Technology Practitioner, Cortical Visual Impairment Mentor, Level 1 and 2 TEACCH certified, Aquatic THerapy, Pilates for Rehabilitation, and Complex Lymphedema Therapy. She is the owner of Marie MacLeod Physical Therapy Services DBA: AHNU Place and has extensive experience as an consultant in schools across the state.
Darren is the Director of the Vermont I-Team. He holds a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and is working on his dissertation to fulfill degree requirements for a Doctor of Education in Administrative Leadership of Teachers and Learners. Darren has previously worked as the Director of Student Support Services for the Rutland Southwest Supervisory Union, and has experience as a Special Education Teacher.
Barbara is a Deaf-Blindness Consultant for the Vermont I-Team. She holds both a Master of Arts in English Language and Literature and a Master of Education in Deaf-Blind Education. Barbara has previously worked as a Sign Language Teacher and has extensive experience as a Communication Consultant.
Maureen is an Augmentative Communication Consultant for the Vermont I-Team. She holds a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology and participated in the Augmentative and Alternative Communication Program through the U.S. Department of Education Training Grant. Maureen is a Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and an experienced Augmentative Communication Specialist.
Shannon Newell, Ph.D NCSP:
Dr, Newell is a Vermont and nationally certified school psychologist and has been employed as a school psychologist for the past 10 years. She has worked with school districts in Vermont, upstate New York, Louisiana and Arizona. Her profession has led her to diverse settings, including the Navajo, Hopi and Havasupi reservations in Arizona to urban settings, including the Jefferson Parish School District near New Orleans, Louisiana and she has experience working with children from birth to age 21. Her career has allowed her to consult with parents, teachers, and staff regarding student's academic progress and behavior. In addition to working as a school psychologist, she has also been employed as a part-time instructor with Castleton State College and has recently joined the Continence Project with the Vermont I-Team through the CDCI at UVM.
Email: Shannon.S. Newell@uvm.edu
Deborah A Sharpe
Deb Sharpe is the Occupational Therapist for the Vermont I-Team. She holds a Master of Occupational Therapy degree and is certified RESNA as an Assistive Technology Practitioner. She was previously employed by the Chittenden East Supervisory Union and by Associates in Physical and Occupational Therapy, and has extensive experience in providing collaborative OT services in home, school, community, and clinical settings.
Shannon S Stern
Shannon Stern provides Marketing and Database Support for the Vermont-ITeam and AT Tryout Center. After interning with the I-Team as an undergrad, she began working full time at the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion during the fall of 2012. She is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. Her interests include: Web development, database management, and sign language.
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