As a technical assistance specialist for the Center on Inclusive Technologies in Education Systems (CITES), Maggie explores systemic integration of Assistive Technology, Information Technology, and Educational Technology systems, in partnership with districts.
Maggie is a certified speech-language pathologist. Her passion in education resides in creating engaging and accessible learning opportunities for all learners. For over a decade, Maggie has worked with teachers, students, administrators, para-professionals, families, and community partners to build a common understanding of how creating engaging and accessible learning for ALL is possible. Maggie previously served as Program Consultant for the Iowa Department of Education as the AIM/AEM Coordinator for the state of Iowa. As a district AEM Coordinator she collaborated across district initiatives to support inclusive teaching and learning structures. Most recently, Maggie served as a digital learning consultant helping districts bridge the gap between instructional and assistive technologies in their teaching and learning practices.
“Adventure is worthwhile.”
In an attempt to maintain a sense of childhood curiosity and sense of wonder, I find myself seeking out adventure. Living each day and opportunity as an adventure creates a drive and passion that I've learned to crave. I invite you to join me in the adventure.
Education & Certifications
Certificate of Clinical Competence, American Speech-Language Hearing Association
M.A., University of Northern Iowa
B.A., University of Northern Iowa