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Kimberly Livengood
School Improvement Instructional Coach

Kimberly Livengood joined SREB as a school improvement instructional coach in July 2019, bringing more than 25 years of teaching experience at the high school level in North Carolina and Tennessee. She began her work with SREB as a math consultant. She earned her National Board Certification, her certification in Teaching the Gifted, and her endorsement to teach AP Calculus while teaching in North Carolina.

Kim holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She lives in Tennessee.

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Susan Lounsbury
Director, Education Data Services

Susan Campbell Lounsbury joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2014 as the director of education data services. She has more than 25 years of experience in higher education policy and practice. Susan is responsible for coordinating the collection of data for the SREB State Data Exchange. She analyzes data and produces publications, such as the SREB Fact Book on Higher Education, Featured Facts, and Indicators Report.

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Gaye Martin
School Improvement Instructional Coach

Gaye Hutton Martin joined SREB in 2018 as a school improvement instructional coach for the Teaching to Lead program, bringing over 30 years of experience in public education and corporate training and development. Prior to SREB, she was a career and technical education coordinator in Tennessee where she managed a new CTE teacher prep program, using SREB’s Teaching to Lead program, for a large, urban school district.

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Cindy Martin
School Improvement Leadership Coach

Cindy Martin joined SREB’s school improvement team in 2016, bringing more than 28 years of experience in the public education sector and more than 20 years as an adjunct college professor. Cindy was a public education teacher, professional development trainer, principal, director of instruction, director of human resources and deputy superintendent. As a college professor, she instructed in reading, writing, early childhood and alternative licensure.

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Amanda Merritt
School Improvement Instructional Coach

Amanda Merritt is a school improvement instructional coach. She joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2012 as a mathematics consultant to the organization’s school improvement team. While at SREB, she has worked with teachers across the nation on the strategies of the Mathematics Design Collaborative and SREB’s Powerful Mathematics Practices. Prior to joining SREB, Amanda was a high school mathematics teacher in Georgia.

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Dan Mollette
Director, School Improvement Programs and Resources

Dan Mollette is the director of school improvement programs and resources. He joined SREB in 2010 as the director of training and lead math consultant for the school improvement team. He leads the roll out of literacy and mathematics in six SREB states. Prior to SREB, he was a math teacher and math specialist for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. 

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Allyson Morgan
Director, State and District Partnerships

Allyson Morgan

Allyson Morgan is the Director of State and District Partnerships for Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi. She joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2014 as a school improvement consultant to the High Schools That Work team. In that role, she led efforts in Alabama, Georgia and Florida districts and schools to effectively prepare all students for college and career. She brings to SREB more than 25 years of experience in change leadership as it relates to improving teaching and learning practice in public education.

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Kimiya Munni
Research Associate, State Strategies

Kimiya Munni

Kimiya Munni joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2019 as a research associate to the State Services team. In this role, she assists with researching education policies, monitoring and interpreting legislative actions and their effects, writing legislative reports, maintaining CRM database, and responding to stakeholder inquiries. Her experience includes working with Fulton County Schools and Innovations for Poverty Action. Kimiya holds a master of public policy from Georgia State University and a master of economics from the University of Dhaka.