Cherrie Fulton is currently the Director of Title 1 for the Nashua School District. She has been a professional educator for more than 25 years in New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Kansas. Her educational experience includes: Preschool and Elementary teacher, GED Instructor, Mentor Facilitator, Math Consultant, Curriculum Writer and Administrator. She has facilitated Nashua’s national participation in Vermont’s Ongoing Assessment Project (OGAP) in multiplicative reasoning K-5. While serving as an assistant principal and curriculum specialist, she has also facilitated teams of teachers building Understanding by Design units of study in Science, Mathematics, Social Studies and English Language Arts. Cherrie is also a national trainer for Mind in the Making (The Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs). She currently serves on the board of the Greater Nashua Continuum of Care, is a member of My Brother’s Keeper and the Early Childhood Coalition for Greater Nashua.