Amy Ralph, email@example.com
My name is Amy Ralph and I have been an educator for fourteen years. I am currently in my ninth year as a media specialist in Lexington City Schools. I have a strong passion for teaching both students and teachers. One of my greatest strengths is providing and planing professional development for educators. Over the last 8 years I have provided a monthly professional development for my staff at the school level. I have also presented at our district’s beginning on the year professional development every year. I have helped educators grow using their own expertise by presenting and or organizing Edcamps at the district, state, and national levels. I have presented at nErDcampMI three times, assisted my district in planning our own Edcamp, and I am the primary organizer and a co-founder of @nErDcampNC. I love participating in NCSLMA events. I have presented at the NCSLMA annual conference five times and I was a state expert during the first year of the mentor/mentee program. Currently I am on the professional development team at the district level. I am also a member of the district technology team (I3 team). I have a passion for our profession and believe that we play a major role in supporting the students and educators in our state.
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