Carolyn Coe is principal of Mt. Iliamna School, a special education school for preschoolers age 3 to 5 in Anchorage. In addition to starting a hard-of-hearing program for students who have been mainstreamed, Ms. Coe has developed and currently supervises the Assistive Technology program for special education. She also supervises the Blind/Visually Impaired/Deaf-Blind Program for the Anchorage School District. Ms. Coe engages in innovative teacher training so that she may provide the most up-to-date and creative learning techniques for her students. As a speech language pathologist, Ms. Coe believes, "providing children with the gift of communication will lead to positive outcomes in interpersonal relationships and in the learning process." With great enthusiasm and high energy, Ms. Coe seeks to involve other community members in helping meet the special needs of these children and their families.
1973 Bowling Green State University, B.A.