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Education Faculty & Staff

Department Contacts

General inquiries: dte@nnmc.edu

Dr. Sandra Rodriguez, Chair/Associate Professor

April Barela, BBA, Data Analyst Manager

Delmeria Martinez, BBA, Coordinator of Student and Faculty Support

Dr. Anne Gray, Assistant Professor, Director Field Placement

Dr. Alberto Mares, Assistant Professor & Director Early Childhood Education

Dr. Gerald Harmon, Lecturer

Caitlin Scott, Administrative Assistant

Santana Salazar, Teacher Residency Recruiter

Education Faculty Contacts

Matt Connell, ABD, BS, MS, Early Childhood, Elementary Education & TESOL Education
matt.connell@nnmc.edu

Elaine Romero, BA, MA, Elementary Education & TESOL/Bilingual Education
elaine.romero@nnmc.edu

Dr. Jennifer Truitt-Lewis, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education
jennifer.truittlewis@nnmc.edu

Dr. Kersti Tyson, Elementary Education, Secondary Education
kersti.tyson@nnmc.ed

Fanny Castillo, BA, MA, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, TESOL & Bilingual Education
fanny.castillo@nnmc.edu

Dr. Mary Gilbreth, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, TESOL  mary.gilbreth@nnmc.edu

Dr. Catherine Berryhill, Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education                                    cathyb@nnmc.edu

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Northern New Mexico College is the most affordable 4-year college in the Southwestern US. Choose us for our value, our quality degree and continuing education programs in diverse areas of study, and our experienced faculty. We provide students with unique opportunities for academic, personal, and professional growth, small class sizes, personalized attention, and strong hands-on experiences from day one.
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