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Susan Muldoon

Education Coach

Transitioning from youth to adulthood is tough!  I appreciate meeting the in the moment challenges head on with my students. Most importantly, I have the ability to get creative in our work together. I took an introduction to the field of education course my freshman year at a community college. During that course, I was able to reflect on mentors/teachers I have had in the past that went the extra mile for me to succeed. I am a big believer in paying it forward and it is my goal to give to others what has been given to me. I truly believe that one caring adult can change the cycle of adversity for a young person. I continued to study education, and have worked with young people 2-28 in a variety of roles. I am fascinated by stages of development and continue to find myself drawn to alternative/individualized modes of education. At Medaille College I majored in 7-12th Special Education concentrating in English Language Arts. I also have Bachelors of Science n Liberal Studies. My last year of college was full of self-made independent studies focusing on education, psychology, and sociology.

Favorite Books:

 A Map to The Next World by Joy Harjo , Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse, How Music Works by David Byrne, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean

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Areas of Expertise:

PYD Programming,Social Emotional Learning, Trauma Informed Care/Trauma Invested Strategies, Restorative Justice/Restorative Mediation, LGBTQ+ & Cultural Competencies