Kent Willmann spent 31 years preparing young citizens by teaching high school social studies in St. Vrain. Now in his 40th year of teaching he works at the University of Colorado Boulder’s School of Education training a new generation of teachers. He is also a curriculum writer/trainer for the Colorado Municipal League’s, Lessons on Local Government. A long time active Association leader, he is proud to be a fellowship mentor for our most effective voices, classroom teachers.
Erica Rewey is a teacher at Palmer High School in Colorado Springs School D11. She has been teaching secondary English for 20 years at all grade levels and abilities. Erica is passionate about working with students in and out of the classroom and is actively involved in student organizations including Student Council, Colorado Young Leaders, and Link Crew. She believes that building meaningful and lasting relationships with students is essential to life-long learning. Erica’s has a BA from Colorado College in English and Education, and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Colorado College.
Sean Davis is a passionate, equity driven Special Education teacher at South High School in Denver, Colorado. He began his career teaching in the Bronx and has spent the last five years teaching, fighting for, and providing a voice for the most underrepresented students. As his school’s work study coordinator, Sean won grants to start a coffee cart and garden at his school to support students with disabilities with workforce readiness development. Sean served as a Colorado Educator Voice Fellow and a CEA Ambassador Fellow. He currently serves on the Denver Classroom Teachers Association’s Board of Directors.
Jill Connell is a Music teacher at Dunn Elementary, an IB World School in Fort Collins. Her current role is as a k-5 Music teacher who teaches general music, Little Kids Rock, after school choir and is on the grade level Primary Years Program coordinators team, as well as serving on the music curriculum team for the district and Little Kids Rock in the district. Her leadership roles include Poudre Education Association’s Executive Board member and Secretary, membership chair, and Two Rivers Uniserv Unit council member. Jill’s credentials include a BS in Music Education K-12 from Chadron State College in Chadron Nebraska and has begun her journey for her Masters in Curriculum Technology and Development through the same institution.
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