Afterschool Programs that Work: Girls on the Run
Presenter: Heather Britt from Girls on the Run
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Join AMLE and Girls on the Run as we discuss the benefits of afterschool programs and how Girls on the Run helps students grow in confidence, caring, character, connection, competence, and contribution in the middle level! Follow Girls on the Run on Twitter at @GOTRI
Heather Britt, Ph.D., Vice President, Programming at Girls on the Run International
Heather Britt, Ph.D., joined the GOTRI team with more than 18 years in the field of education, including experience as a teacher, administrator, professor, consultant, and academic director. She has worked with teachers and students in a variety of settings, ranging from the banks of a river to the lecture hall. Heather’s research and work primarily focus on helping create environments that support, challenge, and enrich the lives of young people no matter who they are or where they live. She earned her BA in English from SUNY Albany, her Master’s in Teaching and Learning from Harvard University, and her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from UNC Charlotte. At GOTRI, Heather develops creative, relevant, and impactful programming solutions for councils and supports their implementation.