Monica De Tuya spent over 10 years in the classroom at the elementary, middle, and high school level, certified in both special education and biology. She has experience as a consultant and resource room teacher for a charter school in Albany, New York as well as experience teaching Earth Science, Living Environment, and General Science at the Neil Hellman School of Parsons Child and Family Center, also in Albany, New York. Her experience also spans the domains of public and private sector, with previous employment at the Center for Technology in Government – University at Albany and as a Technical Training Specialist at a local biotechnology company. Currently, she serves as Director of Programs and Operations at The Association for the Cooperative Advancement of Science and Education located in Saratoga Springs, New York. She holds an M.S. in Secondary Education and is currently a Doctoral student in Information Studies at the University at Albany. Her research interests center on developing professional capabilities in educational assessment and evaluation; and creating value in organizations through information sharing and the development and measurement of training effectiveness.
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