Lee Anne Housley Named Director of Educational Partnerships in the Southwest

Lee Anne Housley Catapult LearningLee Anne Housley Named Director of

Educational Partnerships in the Southwest

Camden, NJ.—Bruce Bierwirth, SVP of Sales for Catapult Learning, announced Lee Anne Housley has been named Director of Educational Partnership for the states of Wyoming and New Mexico. In this position, Mrs. Housley will work to expand the company’s nationally recognized intervention programs and professional development services to school districts across both states. The newly adopted Common Core State Standards serve as the structural model for Catapult Learning’s intervention solutions, training and instructional resources, and professional development solutions. Mrs. Housley will also support the Directors of Educational Partnership in Texas, New York City, and the West Coast.

Lee Anne comes to Catapult Learning as a highly experienced and award-winning middle school and high school content area teacher, with additional background in sales and marketing. Her teaching specialization is in Advanced Placement Biology, as well as Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, and Biology I and II. Lee Anne was the recipient of Teacher of Today Awards in 2002 and 2004. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University in 1988 and is a contributing writer for The Developing Expert Reader Series. As a Senior Consultant for Literacy First, Lee Anne has consulted in schools in Kansas and Washington, and she is currently working with schools in Coffeyville and Arkansas City, Kansas.

“Lee Anne is an excellent addition to our team of deeply committed individuals who strive to solve the complex challenges of schools across the country,” said Bierwirth. “With her foundation in science instruction, knowledge of integrating literacy according to the new Common Core State Standards, and expertise in building relationships with school leaders, Lee Anne is ideally suited to bring our proven intervention solutions and professional development services to more schools throughout the states of Wyoming and New Mexico.”

Rachel Messina

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