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Linda FulmoreMathematics Staff Development SpecialistCentral High School
Linda Fulmore is a Mathematics Staff Development Specialist with the Phoenix Union High School District.Her responsibilities include: mathematics teacher training and curriculum development as well as serving as a mathematics teacher consultant.Ms. Fulmore taught mathematics for 22 years at Central High School in Phoenix.She worked as an adjunct faculty member at Phoenix College, Paradise Valley Community College, and Mesa Community College.She also served on an Arizona State Department of Education committee to revise state mathematics standards.Ms. Fulmore is a member of several professional organizations, including the National Education Association, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), and the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics (AATM).
In 1996, she will make presentations at both an AATM conference and a regional NCTM conference.
Ms. Fulmore earned the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Ball State University and the Master's degree in Education from Indiana University.She is currently pursuing the Doctor of Education degree from Northern Arizona University.
"TLC was a springboard that inspired me to move on in my career," declares Ms. Fulmore.
Dr. Linda Fulmore, Regional Director -- West Region South
Linda M. Fulmore earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Ball State University, Master of Science degree from Indiana University, and a Doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Arizona University.Her research thesis is titled: Effective Practices for Mathematics Teachers of African American High School Students.Having retired as teacher and administrator from the Phoenix Union High School District, she currently is a mathematics and educational equity consultant with Arizona State University and Excellence and Equity in Mathematics, Chicago, IL and San Francisco, CA.She consults with mathematics teachers throughout the United States. Linda is an active member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and has served on several committees, chaired its Achievement Gap Task Force, and is serving on the editorial panel for the publication, Empowering the Mentors of Teachers of Mathematics.In addition, she is a member of National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics and will serve as Board secretary from 2007 - 9.She is also a member of the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Alliance of Black School Educators, the Benjamin Banneker Association, and TODOS - Mathematics for All.She has spoken at numerous state, regional and national meetings of the mathematics organizations.Recent presentations include the following: What is Your Legacy, Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Phoenix Chapter, Founder's Day Celebration, 2006; Effective Practices for Mathematics Teachers of African American High School Students, 3rd Annual Mathematics Appreciation Day, Tucson, AZ, 2006 and National Council of Teachers of Mathematic Western Regional, Phoenix, AZ, 2006; Achieving Equity in Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2005; and The Final Report of the Achievement Gap Task Force, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2004.Linda is a member of Tanner Chapel AME Church and has served as Sunday School Superintendent and teacher, director of Vacation Bible School for seventeen years, and director and pianist for the Jewel Choir for over ten years.Presently, she is a member of the Steward Board and Chairperson of the Commission on Christian Education.In addition, she is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and was a member of the Phoenix Chapter Jack and Jill of America, Inc. from 1977 until 1991.In Jack and Jill, Linda was Regional Secretary/Treasurer from 1987-1991 and president, vice-president, treasurer and chairperson of various age groups of the Phoenix Chapter. Among Linda's awards are Metropolitan Life Foundation Fellow, Washington DC and Teacher of the Year, Phoenix Union High School District.In addition, she has received numerous commendations for her work in the mathematics' organizations.Her dissertation is published and available on amazon.com. Linda is the mother of one son, Eugene, and grandmother of one son, Reliza.She is committed to championing causes and programs that improve the status of education for all children, but especially those of African descent.
Linda M. Fulmore, Trustee
Fulmore was a high school mathematics teacher, administrator and central office curriculum specialist for a large district in Phoenix, Arizona.
Currently, she consults with mathematics educators and administrators throughout the country.
She has been a member of NCTM over 20 years, was chairperson of the Achievement Gap Task Force, member of the writing team for the Empowering Mentors of Mathematics publication series, and served on regional and annual meeting program committees.Additionally, she has served NCSM in numerous capacities including Secretary, 1st and 2nd Vice-President, Core Staff of Summer Leadership Academies and on the writing teams for PRIME and It's TIME publications.She currently is NCSM's Position Papers Editor.Fulmore is a member and treasurer of TODOS-Mathematics for All and also holds membership in the Benjamin Banneker Association, Women in Mathematics, and the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics.She is founder and Director of Math Nation LLC, a program offering Summer Math Camps for middle school youth in the Phoenix Metropolitan area.
Dr. Fulmore Named to National Education Board | The Arizona Informant
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) recently announced the appointment of Dr. Linda M. Fulmore to its Mathematics Education Trust, Board of Trustees.
The Board establishes policies and procedures, monitors investments, and oversees fundraising and the selection of awardees.
This four-year appointment will culminate with her being named president of the Board.
Dr. Fulmore has been a member of the Council over 25 years and previously served in numerous capacities, including chairperson of the Achievement Gap Task Force and writing team for the publication series, Empowering the Mentors of Teachers of Mathematics.Additionally, Dr. Fulmore is an active member of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) having served as Secretary and 1st and 2nd Vice-President.She was on the writing teams for Principles and Indicators for Mathematics Educators (PRIME) and It's TIME, Themes and Indicators for Mathematics Education.
Her focus area on both publications was equity and social justice.
Currently she is Position Paper Editor and Treasurer of TODOS - Mathematics for ALL, a national mathematics equity organization.Dr. Fulmore is a national expert consultant and works with administrators and mathematics educators throughout the United States.She is a frequent speaker at state, regional and national mathematics conferences.
Dr. Fulmore is a member of Tanner Chapel AME Church where she is on the Steward Board and was Chairperson of Tanner's 125 Anniversary Celebration.She is also a member of the Phoenix Metropolitan Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and founding member of Rotary International Scottsdale North.She is also the founder and Director of Math Nation, www.mathnationaz.com.Her doctorate is in curriculum and instruction from Northern Arizona University.
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