Amanda Carter, “Noble Academy: Empowering Students with Learning Differences to be the Next Industry Disruptors” (September 1)
September 1 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Amanda Carter, Head of School, Noble Academy
“Noble Academy: Empowering Students with Learning Differences to be the Next Industry Disruptors”
Amanda Carter completed her third year as Head of School at Noble Academy. Her focus and passion for allowing students with learning differences to unlock and access their own potential has led her to lead this dynamic growing community.
Amanda has served as an administrator in independent schools serving students with learning differences for 10 years, beginning her career in education at Lawrence School in Cleveland, Ohio. She has been a Dean of Students, a Dean of Campus Life, and a Director of Special Programs and Alumni Relations during her independent school career. Prior to her career in schools, Amanda served as a Development Director for both the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association.
Amanda holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Miami University (OH) and a Master of Public Administration Degree from Kent State University. Amanda moved to Greensboro in 2015 with her husband and her son who is now six years old. In her free time, she is a nationally rated gymnastics judge and loves to listen to podcasts.
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