Randy Brown

Randy Brown

Randolph Brown is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in History and Social Studies Education at Southern New Hampshire University.  He works at SNHU’s Disability Services, and as a tutor at the Learning Center.  Teaching is his passion, and it’s in his blood, but it has taken over a decade to find his way back to college where he can finally pursue his calling.  He brings a varied skill set to the NHLDA, having worked in the bookkeeping and marketing fields.  He hopes he can make a positive impact through the NHLDA as equal access to education is one of his most cherished principle

Jennifer D. Spara, M.Ed.

Jennifer Spara

Since 2004, Jennifer Spara has taught in the Hillsboro-Deering School District, first as a Special Educator and Learning Disability Specialist in the Elementary School and now as a Reading Specialist in the High School. Prior to teaching in Hillsboro-Deering, Jennifer spent four years as a classroom teacher in New York, where she taught classes in full day kindergarten, second grade, and third grade.

Nancy N. Charron, Ed.D.

Nancy N. Charron

Nancy N. Charron attended the University of Michigan and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Deaf Education. She received a Masters degree in Teaching Reading from Western Michigan University and a Doctorate degree in Language Arts and Literacy from the University of Massachusetts. She has worked in different capacities at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels with jobs encompassing being a general education teacher, a special education teacher, and a reading specialist.

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