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Bristol & West

Employment History


  • master's degree , Adult Education
    Marshall University
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IronBridge Runner, 20 Sept 2012 [cached]
That immediately lifted Reed to ninth on the UK Rankings which should give her great confidence that her for is returning after a decent spell of training with the promise of much more to come if she can maintain her progress.
Reed finished 31st overall from a huge field just a stride behind Kenyan Agnes Chebet (33:20) with
the Beijing Olympics in China four years ago Reed, who celebrates her 30th birthday at the end of the month, racing again clocked 16min 05secs.
(TBAC, M40) 16:04; 5 Kate Reed (B&W, 1st woman) 16:05. 150 finishers.
34:18 Kate Reed (B&W)
Reed named Adult Basic ..., 30 Oct 2014 [cached]
Reed named Adult Basic Education Teacher of the Year
PARKERSBURG - Katrina Reed, local teacher, has been named West Virginia Adult Basic Education Teacher of the Year.
Reed, 50, of Parkersburg was presented her award during the West Virginia Adult Education Association annual banquet and awards ceremony at Lakeview Resort in Morgantown on Oct. 22.
"It came as a complete surprise. I didn't even know I had been nominated," Reed said.
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Photo provided Katrina Reed returned to a party in her classroom after she was named West Virginia Adult Basic Education Teacher of the Year on Oct. 22.
Photo provided This banner still hangs in the hallway at Lincoln Adult Learning Center, announcing to visitors that the Teacher of the Year can be found in the Parkersburg building.
Photo provided Katrina Reed returned to a party in her classroom after she was named West Virginia Adult Basic Education Teacher of the Year on Oct. 22. She celebrated her achievement with her friends and many balloons, she said.
Reed has taught adult basic education courses for over 23 years in West Virginia. She once taught full time inside the walls of the North Central Regional Jail, to a class filled with inmates and no guard present, she said.
During her career, Reed has also taught at the St. Marys Correctional Center, the Boys and Girls Club on Mary Street in Parkersburg, the Lincoln Adult Center on Murdoch Avenue in Parkersburg and the Lakeview Adult Center on Lakeview Drive in Parkersburg.
Reed has served as a peer trainer, conference presenter and mentor throughout her career. She takes an active role in leadership academy meetings, summer conferences, and continually seeks to further her education, Reed said.
She received her master's degree in Adult Education in December 2013 from Marshall University and is enrolled in three classes: webtop for educators and finding the best educational resources on the web, both offered through West Virginia E-Learn online, and a troubleshooting class at Lincoln Adult Learning Center.
"Teaching adult basic education is the most rewarding career I could imagine. Reed said. "I can make a difference in the lives of our adult students," she said.
Along with a plaque, Reed won registration to the Commission on Adult Basic Education conference in Denver in April 2015. The registration fee for the conference is $500. While she is there, Reed will have more than 200 sessions available to her on 12 adult basic education topics, she said.
"Visiting Colorado has always been on my bucket list," Reed said.
Reed was nominated for the award by her mentor Dianna Flanagan, who received an award for 30 plus years of service in adult basic education at the banquet.
Linda McClead, adult program coordinator at Lincoln Adult Learning Center, also nominated her, Reed said.
When Reed returned from the conference, she discovered a special parking spot had been arranged for her at Lincoln school and a party waiting inside the building.
"This is a big-time honor," Reed said. "I am blessed to be part of the adult basic education family and to have so much local and regional support," she said.
EAA / AEA, 10 Feb 2003 [cached]
Radcliffe will run the first leg before handing over to Reed, and the St Mary's College student cannot wait to be the centre of attention.
Athletics Leics > Latest News, 29 June 2007 [cached]
UK Athletics selectors announced the full team as Paula Radcliffe, 31(Bedford and County AC), 21-year-old Charlotte Dale (Invicta East Kent AC), the former European Junior Cross Country Champion, who will run the 10km stages of the relay; Ramsey (Charnwood AC) on the 7km stage; with the 5km stages being run by 23-year-old Steeplechaser Jo Ankier (Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers), road running and cross country international Birhan Dagne, 27, (Belgrave Harriers) and Kate Reed, 23 (Bristol and West AC), who was the fastest individual overall at the Nike National Road Relays.
Mr Reed has joined the Olympic Bill Committee and has pledged to make sure that Loughborough University's excellent World class sports facilities benefit from the Olympic Games coming to London in seven years time.
Mr Reed commenting on his appointment: "I am delighted to have been called up to serve on this committee and to have had my contribution to sport recognised in some small way.
Praise must go to Britain's ... [cached]
Praise must go to Britain's Kate Reed for bravely taking on the early pace as the 25-year-old Bristol athlete produced her usual gutsy performance pushed by Russia's imposing Mariya Konovalova, the 2006 Silver medallist who stands head and shoulders above the relatively diminutive Dominguez, and with the injection of pace by 4km the leading pack of 11 athletes had broken away from the field.
Reed and the Irish champion Britton were dropped over the next kilometre as Kalovics continued to try to shake off her opponents but in the end the powerful Dominguez proved too strong for her and the rest of the field.
Team GB spearheaded by Reed in 6th place with a time of 27:11 were backed by former champion Hayley Yelling, 9th in 27:28, sister-in-law Liz, 10th in 27:31, as they all three finished in the top 10, plus Helen Clitheroe in 22nd place with 28:02 combined to give Great Britain second position.
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