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Denver Leigh Phillips, MAT, M.Ed., LDTC

Director of Educational Services / Lead Special Education Consultant

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About Me.

Denver has more than 20 years of experience in the field of education, special education, and disability services. She spent the bulk of her career as a teacher of students with disabilities and is also an experienced Child Study Team case manager, as well as a certified Learning Disabilities Consultant and Evaluator in New Jersey. Denver was part of the administration team at a private school for students with special needs and has experience in the areas of curriculum development, professional learning communities, assessment design, program development, and instructional/assistive technology, as well as professional services training and public speaking. She works closely with various local/county businesses, organizations, and agencies to teach and promote inclusion, advocacy, and awareness. In all matters, she strives for facilitating collaboration and safeguarding the unique needs and rights of students with disabilities. Academically, Denver completed both of her Master's programs at Fairleigh Dickinson University, as well as her post-graduate studies in special education and educational leadership. She earned her post-graduate certification as a learning disabilities consultant (LDTC) from The College of New Jersey and currently holds the status of doctoral candidate at Rowan University in their Doctor of Educational Leadership program.  

Denver also understands and personally relates to the perspective and concerns of a parent with a child who requires special education programs and services. Along with being a proud mom, she thoroughly enjoys traveling, cooking, graphic design, and photography.

Contact

856 - 642 - 6445

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