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NSPDK e-Learning Academy Team Bios

Nora A. Robbs, MPA National Professional Development Chair, NSPDK e-Learning National Committee


Margarette Galloway

  • Supreme Basileus (2021-2025)

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Etta F. Carter, Ph.D

  • Retired 37-year Teacher, Principal, Deputy Superintendent

  • Chicago Public Schools, Holmes Elementary School, Chicago, Illinois

  • New York City Public Schools, District 28, Queens, New York

  • Certifications: Elementary Education, Reading Specialist, Environmental Science,

  • School Administration and Supervision,

  • 40-year Diamond Life Member of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.

  • Beta Omicron Chapter, Eastern Region, Queens, New York 

  • Gamma Nu Chapter, Southwest Region, Little Rock, Arkansas   

  • Past Supreme Basileus (2017-2021)

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Noreen E. Little, M.ED

  • Retired 34- year Teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal K-8, in the New York City Department of Education

  • Certifications- Elementary Education, Reading Specialist, School Administration and Supervision

  • 34-year member of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.  Beta Omicron Chapter, Eastern Region, Jamaica, New York. Diamond Life Member, Past Basileus

  • Past Regional Director, Tamiouchos, and Parliamentarian

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Nora A. Robbs, MPA

  • Kindergarten Teacher - Gary Community School Corporation, Gary, Indiana

  • Read Grant Coordinator/Coach-Curriculum Facilitator- Data Coach Instructor - Academic Support Data Coach - Metro Corps of Gary Head Start Academy Assistant Director, Head Start Director

  • Master’s in Public Administration, BS Degree in Early Childhood Education, CDA Credential

  • Presenter for the Staff Development Department of the Gary Community School Corporation, Writer for the District’s Curriculum, Writer for Summer School 2nd Grade Curriculum, School Improvement Team Chair, School Improvement Evaluation Team Member, and Language Arts / Reading Coach

  • National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc., Beta Mu Chapter Tamiouchos, Midwest Region

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Jarian R. Graham, M.ED

  • Retired 42-year educator, Camden City Public Schools, Camden, New Jersey

  • Literacy Teacher Coach, Adjunct Professor, Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey

  • Certification: Elementary Education Pre-K-8th, School Administration and Supervision. 

  • Expertise: Teacher Coach, Facilitator, Teacher Mentor, and Photography

  • 13-year member National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Eastern Region, Eta Chapter Camden, New Jersey 

  • Past Eastern Regional Public Relations Chair. Articles published in Krinon

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Carla F. Carter, Ph.D

  • Managing Director Beverly Arts Center, Chicago, Illinois

  • Professor of Visual and Performing Arts, Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Arkansas

  • Curriculum and Development, Faculty Development Training

  • Director of Cultural Arts various Not-for-Profits, Chicago Illinois – 15 years

  • Administrator, Dean and Academic Advisor, Chicago, IL High Schools – 6 years

  • Middle and Junior High English and Performing Arts Teacher - 10 Years

  • 20 Year Member, National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc

  • Present Basileus, Gamma Nu Chapter, Little Rock Arkansas, Southwest Region

  • National 100th Anniversary Committee

  • National Conclave Coordinator – 2015 - Present

  • Southwest Co Advisor – KOT’s

  • Past Southwest Regional Logistics Chair

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Sharrie R. Dean-Collins, Ph.D

  • Advisor and Assistant Professor Education, Criminal Justice & Undergraduate Psychology Programs and Professor Human Services Ph.D. Program at Albizu University, Miami, FL.  Serves on Albizu University Distance Learning Board, and AU’s US and Puerto Rico Active Learning Committee.  Florida Department of Education Professional Certificate reads Educational Leadership (All Levels), Elementary Education (Grades 1-6), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and Endorsement Reading (Grades K-12)

  • Dr. Dean-Collins retired in 2014, as District Director, Title 1 Administration, Miami Dade County Public Schools, wherein, served a 35-year career as administrator, program director, supervisor, trainer, reading leader, curriculum support specialist, teacher, and registrar.

  • 1st Anti-Basileus, NSPDK, Inc., Gamma Omicron Chapter, Miami, FL and South East Region Professional Development Chair, Dr. Dean-Collins is also on the National NSPDK, Inc., 100th Centennial Committee, and former South East Region Director’s Technical Assistant. She authored and published in NSPDK, Inc.: The Courier and Krinon Publication Journal

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Leona S. Fowler, MST

  • Instructional Support Teacher/Site Supervisor, New York City Department of Education, District 75 (Specialized School District), Queens, New York

  • Former Special Education Classroom Teacher of students with Autism and Multiple Disabilities. Certified to teach General and Special Education and holds an Administrative Degree from the College of Saint Rose in School Administration, Supervision and Leadership

  • 5-year Member of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Beta Omicron Chapter Grammateus, Eastern Region, Queens, New York

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Monica M. Newell, ED.D

  • Current Special Education English Teacher for Guilford County Schools, Greensboro, North Carolina

  • 18 years as a Special Education / English Teacher North Carolina /US Army 7 years

  • Certifications: NC License School Administration, Cross Categorical Special Education, English Language Arts 6-8, English 9-12, Sociology 9-12

  • Beta Lambda, Eastern Region, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Lavetta S. Ross, ED.D

  • Educator for 32 years, currently an Assistant Principal in the Freehold Regional High School District located in Englishtown, New Jersey and Adjunct Professor at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey where she teaches Quantitative Research and Organization Leadership and Theory.

  • Served as a District Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction for Language Arts and Social Studies in the Perth Amboy School District, Perth Amboy, New Jersey.

  • Certification in English and administrative certifications in the following areas: Supervisor, Principal, and Chief School Administrator. Dr. Ross’s areas of expertise include professional development and research.

  • National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Eastern Region Alpha Chapter

  • Grammateus, Alpha Chapter and Professional Development Chair for the Eastern Region

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Anita C. Totty, MAT, ME

  • Director of Early Childhood Education

  • Detroit Public Schools Community District

  • Preschool Teacher, Instructional Specialist

  • Certifications: Elementary Education, ZA endorsement in Early Childhood Education

  • Chi Chapter, Midwest Region, Detroit, MI

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Princess B. Towe, ED.D

  • Adjunct College Professor, 7 years, Essex County College, Newark, New Jersey

  • Retired Teacher and Administrator, 38 years, Newark Public Schools, Newark, NJ

  • Certifications: Secondary English Education, Supervisor, and Principal

  • Expertise: Teacher Mentor, Writing and Speech Coach, Educational Consultant,

  • Work- shop Presenter, and Curriculum Development

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Anita J. Turner, Ph.D

  • Chief Academic Officer (CAO) for ISANA Academies servicing TK-8th grade in the Los Angeles and Compton areas.

  • Formerly, Dr. Turner was an educator and administrator for Los Angeles Unified School District for 38 years and an adjunct professor for California State University at Los Angeles (CSULA) in the Charter College of Education for ten years.

  • Expertise include: Teacher/Leadership training, Social-Emotional Learning, Brain-based Learning, Parental Involvement, Literacy, Classroom Management, Culturally Relevant and Responsive Education (CRRE), and Biblical Studies.

  • Author of “Recipe for Great Teaching: 11 Essential Ingredients”.

  • Dr. Anita Turner is the Grammateus for Delta Kappa, Far West Region, Inglewood, CA

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