Connections: Linking Talented Educators
Connections: Linking Talented Educators


  • "Kids are a work in progress, as we all are. It's so unfair for us to judge them based on what they have done or how they have acted..." (read more)
    Amanda Berry (NC '16)
    District Elementary Math Coach , Winston Salem-Forsyth County Schools
  • "I know I'm succeeding as an educator when my kids feel good about themselves and they know I care. Academics are very important, but..." (read more)
    Catherine Randall (LA '16)
    Teacher, Joseph J. Davies Elementary
  • "I know I'm succeeding as an educator when my students come back and visit me and tell me how successful they are in high school, or..." (read more)
    Lindsay Frevert (NJ '16)
    Assistant Principal, Van Derveer Elementary School
  • "I teach my students that when people feel helpless, sharing stories is a powerful way to promote understanding, empathy and change...." (read more)
    Gina Benz (SD '15)
    Teacher, Roosevelt High School
  • "My father's influence really turned me on to education. When I was a little girl, he would work nights and spend days with me and..." (read more)
    Vanessa Torres (SC '16)
    Teacher, Nursery Road Elementary School Arts Magnet
  • "I hope students remember me as an encourager and a person who believed in them. I hope they see me as the person who helped them to..." (read more)
    Lindsay Murray (VA '16)
    Teacher, South Salem Elementary School
  • "I know I'm succeeding as an educator when the relationships I've built with students remain years later. When I see them graduating..." (read more)
    Melissa Kovac (NM '16)
    Assistant Principal, Gonzales Community School
  • "The most exciting thing about the lower grades is that the students are so loving, care for each other and want to be at school. The..." (read more)
    Eric Crouch (GA '16)
    Teacher, Double Churches Elementary School
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