Project Director, E3 Teen Fatherhood Program
Education Consultant for the New Hampshire Department of Education
Peter holds a graduate degree in the areas of Special Education and Health Services Administration from the University of Kansas and a graduate degree in School Administration and Supervision from Notre Dame College, Manchester, NH. A former elementary classroom teacher and elementary school principal for 35 years, Peter has been involved with various committees such as the New Hampshire Association of School Principal Association and an annual planning member for the Association of School Curriculum and Development (ASCD) as well as the New Hampshire State Representative for the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Currently, Peter manages the E3 Teen Fatherhood Program. The program is a five year grant through the US Department of Health and Human Services to target teen dads between the ages of 14-24 for services in education, employment and parent engagement.