Leslie Colomb is a Lecturer in the Department of Education.  Her courses focus on special education and include Meeting the Instructional Needs of All Students and supervision of students' field work in the classroom.  In addition to her work as Lecturer, Colomb serves as an educational consultant, supporting K-12 administrators in the implementation of a multi-tiered system of support, supervision and evaluation, and other best practices.

Prior to her work at UVM, Colomb served as a special educator, teacher, assistant principal, and principal at elementary and K-8 schools in Vermont.

Awards and Recognition

Cum Laude Graduate, 1981 University of Vermont
Dean’s List 1977-1981, University of Vermont
Who’s Who in American Universities, 1980-81 edition


Associations and Affiliations

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Champlain Valley Regional Standards Board Representative, Vermont Principal’s Association, Council For Exceptional Children

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Areas of Expertise and/or Research

  • Literacy
  • Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)
  • Personalized learning plans


  • M.Ed Special Education from University of Vermont


  • 802-488-4796
Office Location:

Waterman 449