Cynthia Hall is a retired Special Educator and Reading Specialist. Ms. Hall received a Bachelor of Science in Special Education and a Masters of Education in curriculum studies from Coppin State University. She also holds a Masters of Education in Reading from Loyola University. She taught for 9 years in Baltimore City Public Schools and 30 years in Prince George's County Public Schools providing intervention to students in grades Kindergarten through 6th grade. She has experience with improving reading, reading
comprehension, writing, phonics, and phonemic awareness. Ms. Hall finds joy in working with students and watching them apply their newly acquired skills.
Maleeta is an education activist in her local community and the state of Maryland. She is currently an adjunct professor and a middle mathematics school teacher.
Maleeta is a seventeen-year veteran in education in which she has taught at the elementary, middle school, and university levels. She is passionate about Maryland’s gifted and talented programs and mathematics curriculum. Moreover, she is an advocate for mentoring African-American youth in her community, in particular young girls, where she has hosted and facilitated various workshops tailored to coaching these young women to succeed in life.
Maleeta has held several educational leadership positions in the community, including being nominated by the Maryland governor on three different occasions to sit on committees he organized regarding the enterprise of education including the certification of Maryland teachers. An enthusiastic learner, Maleeta is currently enrolled in American University’s graduate program in education policy and leadership. Maleeta’s proudest moment is being a mother, daughter, sister, wife, and friend.