Member/Secretary, Board of Directors

February 2016 - Present



  • Global History Curriculum Development
  • ​Remote Learning Professional Development
  • Google Apps for Education Integration
  • HS Recruiting Leader
  • Small Learning Community Development
  • Datawise Champion
  • Danielson Aligned Evaluations
  • Hochman Writing Strategies
  • Resource Management
  • Student Teacher & New Teacher Mentoring
  •  ​Model United Nations Program 
  • Moot Court/Mock Trial Programs​
  • Assisted dozens of schools in North and South America to plan, promote, and execute their own Model United Nations conferences
  • Developed Common Core-aligned Scope and Sequence for Model UN classes
  • Member of EIM National Conference Board of Directors
  • Doubled NYC network of High Schools 

June 2015 - June 2019

My Qualifications


  • Social Studies Assistant Principal, 4 Years

  • High School History Teacher, 8 Years

  • NYS School Building Leadership Certificate

  • NYS School District Leadership Certificate

  • NYS Permanent Teaching Certificate, SS 7-12

  • M.S. Ed Social Studies Education

  • B.A. History

March 2008 - January 2016

New Visions For Public Schools

Global History Advisory Board Member

Change the world MUN Conference

Member, International Board of Advisors

June 2015 - June 2018

  • Project Coordinator/Lead Teacher 9th Grade New Visions Global History Curriculum
  • ​Faculty Advisor to internationally award-winning Model UN Class of Hillcrest 
  • Director of HillMUN, Hillcrest's annual student-run Model UN Conference
  • Cooperating teacher and mentor to eight student teachers 
  • Established relationships with outside partnerships including the United Nations Association, New York Cares, NYU’s Youth Take Charge, Girl Up, Digital Ready, Associazione Diplomatici and Education In Motion
  • Voted ‘Most Motivational Teacher’ by Hillcrest’s Student Government
  • MOSL Rating: Effective (2013-2015)

Kevin Shult

March 2015 - Present

My Experience

  • Assist the Chief Executive of Education Programs with alignment of conference skills to US Next Generation standards
  • Assist in creation of conference buddy program between foreign and NYC schools
  • Recruited US college students to volunteer working at the International Model UN Conferences in New York City
  • Work with Media and Communication Coordinator to revise NYC data 

School Administrator       culture & community expert      social studies specialist 


Social Studies Teacher

  • Selected to work with Instructional Specialists to revise Global History curriculum so it aligns with new SS Framework, differentiate materials and improve formative assessments. 
  • Support 90 NYC teachers in over 32 schools by facilitating professional development sessions, hosting classroom visits, sharing best practices with school-wide department teams, and presenting at local and state conferences.

Martin Van Buren High School

Assistant Principal Social Studies

  • Founder of the Law & Humanities Institute (Q38M), implementing a three-year, six-credit law electives track to use in our new inhouse Courtroom. 
  • Developed and implemented two year Global History course to improve Regents pass rates and credit accumulation. Course creation resulted in +41% in June Global Regents pass rates from 2016-2019, with +53% in ISS and +9% in ENL pass rates over that time​.
  • Fostered interdisciplinary planning with ELA department to create and implement a writing system using strategies such as MEAL, writing rubrics, sentence and revision strategies via Hochman/WIT, leading to a half point increase in Part IIIB constructive responses for Global History from 2016-2018 and full point increase for New Framework.
  • Leader of “TheNewMVB” rebranding movement creating community cultural events and honor rolls parties, school and SLC logo creation, a new website and promotional materials, a new Student Office store, school pride painting events, and student swag
  • Coordinate student recruitment efforts, currently showing 30% gains to our Program Candidate List (PCL) by creating multiple publications and promotional material, training students and staff in public speaking points, attending city recruitment fairs and Junior High School events annually.
  • Created a Guest Speaker Lecture series with members of the Queens District Attorney's Office and the NYC Lawers Association for Law elective classes.
  • Created partnerships with mentor firm Winston & Strawn LLC, Justice Resource Center, , Syracuse University Project Advance, Gildher Lehrman and the Hamilton Education Program, the National Association of Women Judges' Color of Justice Program, and the Brooklyn Federal Courthouse Library.