Maryland School 
 Psychologists' Association

2018-2019 Executive Board

The MSPA Executive Board meets regularly on select Fridays of each month and rotates its meeting locations in various counties throughout the state. Find specific dates and locations for meetings HERE!


Meet your 2018-2019 MSPA Officers HERE!


 Committee Chairpersons (Standing)

Diversity:April Turner
Historian:Michael Nuth
Information Management: Brittney Stafford
Legislative:Audrey Potter & Luke Erichsen
Membership: Laura Veon & Juralee Miranda
Newsletter: Liz Niemiec & Julie Grossman
Nominations: Warren Cohen
Professional Development:Ann McGreevy
Professional Standards: Matt Lawser 
Program: Amy Jagoda & Laura Shriver & Karen Bell & Jeb Fleagle
Public Affairs: Bri Connaghan & Catherine Stuart

Committee Chairpersons (Ad Hoc)

Strategic Planning:Celeste Malone
Rebranding: Liz Niemiec

Liaisons and Delegates

MSDE Liaison: Deborah Nelson
MPA/MSPA Liaison: Bill Flook
NASP Delegate:April Turner

Local School Psychology Organization Representatives

Baltimore City Association of School Psychologists (BCASP) Catherine Stuart
Baltimore County LEA Contact D'Andrea Jacobs 
Eastern Shore School Psychologists' Association Jo Prince
Montgomery County School Psychologists' Association (MCSPA) Toria Simpson & Wendy Mejia
Prince George's County School Psychologists' Association (PGCSPA) Emily Snyder
School Psychologists' Association of Anne Arundel County (SPAAAC)Juan Villalta
Southern Maryland School Psychologists' Association (SMSPA)
Western Maryland School Psychologists' Association (WMSPA)
Sue Reedy
Sharon Conley


University Representatives

Bowie State University Kimberly Daniel & Cinthia Solis & Jessica Jefferson
Gallaudet University Bryan Miller & Heather Nunley
Howard University Celeste Malone & Simone Brown & Marcus Palmer
Towson University Candice Aston & Shannon MacKain
University of Delaware Kathleen Minke
University of Maryland, College Park Hedwig Teglasi

Vision: All students will thrive in school, at home, and throughout their lives.

Mission: MSPA promotes and advocates for best practices in school psychology to improve learning, behavior, and mental health for all students, families, and schools.

Direct website related questions to Direct other questions to the appropriate board member at Executive Board or Officers.

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