Natalie Pelham | Director of Training and Development, American College of Education
Current Position and Past Experience
Natalie Pelham is the Director of Training and Development at American College of Education. Prior to this position, she was a Clinical Instructor at the University of North Florida as well as a teacher for the Duval County Public Schools for 7 years.
Education, Honors and Achievements
Pelham has been awarded the Governor's Shine Award for outstanding contributions to STEM education from Governor Rick Scott, recognized as one of the Top 15 educators in Duval County, Florida, highlighted by Wells Fargo in an Excellence in Teaching series, and was a state finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Natalie received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from the University of North Florida, a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Digital Learning and Teaching from American College of Education and is currently a Doctoral Candidate pursuing her Ed.D. in Leadership.
Personal Details and Community Involvement
Personally, I live outside Tampa, Florida and love being in the Sunshine State. We have an active four-year-old boy, a cuddly two-year-old girl and an 80 lb dog who specializes in eating dress socks and food off the counter. We love going to the beach, theme parks and exploring all the beautiful outdoor adventures of Florida. We are busy in the simplest ways!
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