Melissa Wolfe has a Master’s Degree with dual certification in Elementary Education/General Special Education from Southern New Hampshire University. She received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications with a concentration in Theater Arts from Bridgewater State College (now University) in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She is proud to be a board member of NHLDA, as well as a student member of the Council for Exceptional Children, and a member of Pi Lambda Theta, the most selective national honor society of educators. Melissa approaches special education as a student, a prospective educator, as well as a parent, having three children, including one with autism. Melissa is looking forward to teaching in an inclusion elementary setting and seeing her students achieve their academic, social, and emotional goals.