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of mathematics students from kindergarten and beyond
 

 

KCTM Governing Board

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President

NCTM Representative
Amy Herman recently retired from Jefferson County Public Schools, where she was the District Mathematics Specialist (K-12). Before that, she served as a mathematics consultant for the Kentucky Department of Education. Amy is currently working as a professional development consultant. She is the GLCTM Representative on the KCTM Board.

Amy Herman, Independent Professional Development Consultant


President Elect Before moving to Kentucky, Dee taught mathematics, science, and gifted
education in Virginia, serving students from grades 2 through 8.  She recently completed her doctorate in math education, and has an interest in issues of rural education.
 
Dee Crescitelli Kentucky State University, Kentucky Cent for Mathematics
Past-President
Kelly Stidham has been learning about mathematics from her students and colleagues in Kentucky as a teacher, instructional coach and consultant.  Currently, she serves the Northern Kentucky region as an Effectiveness Coach with the KDE.  She is learning to ask better questions - of herself, her students, and her professional learning network.  This is her 6th year on the KCTM board.

Stidham, Kelly - Office of Next Generation Learners

 Secretary C.J. Fryer is in his 6th year of teaching high school mathematics, and he is beyond excited to serve on the KCTM governing board! He received both his Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and his Master of Arts in Teaching from Thomas More College. He spent his first five years of teaching at Grant County High School, where he taught Algebra I, Algebra II, Honors Algebra II, and AP Calculus. For the 2018-19 school year, C.J. will teach AP Calculus, Pre-Calculus, and Advanced Special Topics at Beechwood High School in Fort Mitchell, KY.

C.J. Fryer, Beechwood High School

 Treasurer

Teacher support grant chair
Barbara Jacobs retired from Jefferson County after 36 years working at Slaughter Elementary and Auburndale Elementary.   She currently serves as Treasurer and chair of the KCTM Support Grant Committee.  She has served in the past as Elementary Vice President.
 
Barbara Jacobs, Retired JCPS

Vice-President Elementary


Erin Chavez has 14 years of experience in teaching elementary education in Kentucky.  She received the Dr. Leibman Award in 2015 for Teacher of the Year.  She is a Kentucky Core Advocate and a member of the Learning Forward Kentucky.  She holds a bachelors degree in elementary education, a master's and is working on becoming  a National Board Certified Teacher.  She enjoys collaborating with teachers across the state to help students succeed in mathematics.  She also serves as the elementary consult
ant for the Kentucky Department of Education in Mathematics.  

     


Erin Chavez



Vice-President Middle Chastity Gregory, East Hardin Middle School

 


Vice-President High Reva Slone, Nationally Board Certified in Adolescent and Young Adult Mathematics, has been teaching High School Mathematics since 1998. She currently serves as department chair at Johnson Central High School in Johnson County and has also worked in Martin and Floyd Counties.  Ms. Slone is actively involved in the Flip EKY Teacher Leader Program through Northern Kentucky University and Texas Instrument's Teacher Leader Cadre.  She has also worked with NMSI's Laying the Foundation program since 2008 helping equip teachers with strategies to promote rigor in their classrooms and preparing students for success on AP exams through numerous Saturday Sessions.

Reva Slone, Johnson Central High School

Vice-President College Cheryll E. Crowe is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Asbury University.  She received her Ph.D. in Education Sciences (Mathematics) from the University of Kentucky, and her research focuses on TPACK, the integration of technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge.  Cheryll has also taught mathematics at Woodford Co. High School, BCTC, and EKU.
 

Cheryll Crowe, Asbury University

Sponsor Chair

Gloria Beswick taught over 34 years in Jefferson County, both in the classroom as a middle school mathematics teacher and at the JCPS District as a Mathematics Resource teacher. Since retiring Gloria has been an Independent Consultant involved in a number of mathematics education projects, including working as a Texas Instruments Regional Instructor, a Regional Teacher Partner for the Partnership for Mathematics and Science Education Reform (PIMSER), and assorted projects at Bellarmine University and the University of Louisville. She is on the GLCTM Board in addition to serving as the Sponsor Chairperson for KCTM. 


Gloria Beswick, Jefferson County

Data Chair/ 
Conference Registration

Chad Padgett has been teaching at North Oldham High School for the past 4 years.  He enjoys reading, classical music, and crossword puzzles and currently serves as the conference registration and data management chair for KCTM.

Chad Padgett, Oldham County

Communications Chair Ronni Tallent, Henry Clay High School
Conference
Chair
 Katie Ruff, Carnegie Learning


KCTM Products
Chair

Jana Bryant, NBCT, is the K-12 Math Instructional Coach for Daviess County Public Schools in Owensboro, KY.  She is the Ky State Captain and Common Core Advocate with Student Achievement Partners, a Ky Hope Street Fellow, NBCT Ky Ambassador, and a KEA fellow.  She has taught mathematics for over twenty years to students in grades 4 through 12 and post-secondary in the states of KY, MA, NC, and FL. Her district piloted and scaled the Math Design Collaborative supported by the Gates Foundation over the past 5 years.  

She has completed the Laying the Foundation math training through NMSI.  

Jana Bryant, Daviess County Schools
MESA Chair

Kelly Stidham has been learning about mathematics from her students and colleagues in Kentucky as a teacher, instructional coach and consultant.  Currently, she serves the Northern Kentucky region as an Effectiveness Coach with the KDE.  She is learning to ask better questions - of herself, her students, and her professional learning network.  This is her 6th year on the KCTM board.

Stidham, Kelly - Office of Next Generation Learners
Professional Learning
Chair
   
    Tim Truitt

 

KDE Representative

Robin Hill began her teaching career at Shelby County High School in

1990. She has been a mathematics consultant for the Kentucky Department of Education since 2008 and works with teachers across the state at all levels. Robin is a member of NCTM, NCSM and ASSM, and represents Kentucky on multiple national committees. She is currently the president-elect of the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics, an affiliate of NCTM. She holds a B.S. in mathematics and an M.A. in secondary mathematics education from Murray State University. Robin has served as the KDE representative to KCTM since 2008.        

       

Robin Hill, Kentucky Department of Education

 

ACTM
Representatative
Cheryll Crowe, Asbury University
 BBCTM Representative Margaret Mohr Schroeder, University of Kentucky
 CCTM Representative
 GLCTM Representative Angela Harris 
LCTM Representative Natalee Mauney Feese is the KCTM Representative for the Lexington Council of Mathematics.  She has served Fayette County Math since her graduation from the University
of Kentucky and coordinated both KCTM Math Bowl and Regional
Chapter MathCounts for 20+ years.

Natalee Feese, Fayette County

 NKCTM Representative Bethany Noblitt teaches mathematics and mathematics education courses at Northern Kentucky University.  She enjoys working with pre-service teachers at the elementary, middle and secondary grade levels. She currently serves as the Past-President of KCTM.

Bethany Noblitt, Northern Kentucky University

 WKCTM Representative  Vivan Moody, Western Kentucky University





Updated on 2/25/2017

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