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Washington, DC Coordinators

Jackie Boddie
Adjunct Professor
Trinity University
Owner
Dr. Jackie Boddie Consulting LLC
202-320-5242

jlb3135@gmail.com

Jackie Boddie, Ed.D., is a life-long educator committed to social justice. To achieve social justice she strives to influence the creation and sustainability of positive academic and social outcomes demonstrated by efficient student learning, positive school cultures, effective professional development, excellent teachers and purposeful community involvement.

Dr. Boddie was a high school administrator in Maryland. As a middle school principal there, she was responsible for turning around a school lagging behind in student growth and development. Since leaving the principalship, she has been an adjunct professor at Trinity University in the education department working with aspiring teachers and school leaders. Other professional experiences include K-12 regional teacher supervision in Maryland and charter school program evaluation at the DC Public Charter School Board, as a school accountability specialist. Her doctoral dissertation is a study in the turn-around phenomenon of African American male adolescents in high school. She owns her own educational consulting company, Dr. Jackie Boddie Consulting LLC, and is presently a national trainer with the Center for Teacher Effectiveness.

Dr. Boddie has been a DC EPFP Coordinator and actively involved as an EPFP consultant for nine years.

Dahlia Shaewitz (EPFP 09-10)

Managing Director
American Institutes for Research
1000 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 403-6840
dshaewitz@air.org
@dshaewitz

Ms. Shaewitz leads the Disability and Rehabilitation practice area of American Institutes for Research to improve competitive employment outcomes for qualified adults with disabilities, and she directs projects to support accountability, research, and professional development for the adult literacy field.  Her disability focus is primarily on knowledge translation, supporting researchers and practitioners to identify and use innovative strategies to improve the provision and effective use of services. In her practice area role, she brings significant networking skills to building collaborative teams across organizations to address the challenges faced by adults with disabilities and adults with low literacy. Her work includes technical assistance and training, qualitative research, and policy development and support. Ms. Shaewitz serves as the co-coordinator for the DC EPFP site.





 

 

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