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AAML Regional Represenatives

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AAML has appointed regional representatives to aide with communication between the AAML Executive Committee and educators in different regions of the state.  A regional representative may also choose to host events in that part of the state.  We hope these representatives will help facilitate sharing of information, ideas and concerns across the state.  NOTE:  Some regional representatives have either not been appointed or have not yet accepted appointments.  If you know of a mathematics leader you would like to recommend to serve in a region not yet represented, please contact Tim Brister, AAML President, at tbrister@harding.edu 

 

 

 

 

Central

 

 

 

Northeast

 

Retha Gipson, Crowley's Ridge ESC, rgipson@crmail.k12.ar.us  2016 -

 

Retha is a secondary math specialist at Crowley's Ridge Educational Cooperative serving twenty-one area schools. She holds a BSE and MSE in mathematics from Arkansas State University and has National Board Certification in AYA Mathematics.  Most of her career has been in upper level mathematics classes at Westside High School in Jonesboro primarily teaching Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus and concurrent credit College Algebra. She has also taught some college algebra classes as an adjunct for ASU.  Retha is active in both NCTM and ACTM, having served on the board of directors as state treasurer of ACTM for several years. She has given presentations at local, state, regional and national conferences. 

 

Northwest

 

Mona Starr

 

Southeast

 
Leah Stinnett, South Central ESC, leah.stinnett@scscoop.org 2016 - 

 

Leah Stinnett began teaching Middle School and High School Mathematics and Science in 1998 at Harmony Grove School District in Camden, Arkansas. She continued in this role until 2013 when she accepted a position at South Central Service Educational Cooperative.  Leah is currently serving as the K-12 Mathematics Specialist in Camden. Her goal is to create an atmosphere of continual learning, growth, and collaboration among her fellow educators. Leah earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, Arkansas.

 

 

Southwest

 

 

 

 

 

Representatives at Large

 

 

Suzanne Mitchell, suzanne.mitchell@adhe.edu, 2015 -

Dr. Suzanne Mitchell served as the President of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics from 2011 to 2013 and has served on numerous committees with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and served 10 years on the Board of the Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology Education in Washington DC, including one year as President in 2004.  She presently teaches mathematics at Arkansas State University, manages the Improving Teacher Quality federal grant at the Arkansas Department of Higher Education, and is the Executive Director of the Arkansas STEM Coalition.  

A more in-depth Bio. can be found at Bio-Suzanne Mitchell (4).doc

 

 

 

 

Leandra Cleveland, lcleveland@bentonvillek12.org 

Leandra Cleveland received her undergrad and graduate teaching degrees from the University of Arkansas. She taught mathematics in the classroom for 4 years, transitioned to a role as an instructional technology specialist and then served 6 years as the Bentonville School District's K-4 Math Curriculum Specialist. Leandra is currently the Director for Assessment and Data Management in the Bentonville District.  In these roles she has developed teachers, mentored instructional facilitators and maintains and instrumental role in the implementation of the Arkansas Math Standards with an emphasis on the standards for mathematical practice. Having established herself as a leader in her field, Ms. Cleveland has presented at multiple state and national conferences on varying topics in the field of mathematics. In addition to AAML, she is a member of ACTM, NCTM and serves on the state leadership team representing Arkansas in NCSM Southern Region 2.

 

 

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