Dr. Cheryl Fogg
Dr. Cheryl Fogg, is an experienced educational leader with 25 years of classroom experience. She has served as a senior staff developer with Learning Sciences International and a lead trainer in the redesign of the Bureau of Indian Education curriculum integrating the Common Core State Standards. Her curriculum work includes both rural and urban school districts, ranging from single schools to entire districts. In addition to developing curriculum/instructional design, Dr. Fogg has worked as a classroom teacher, and university professor of special education and is an expert in classroom management. She has her B.S. in Vocational Education (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), MSEd. In Curriculum and Instruction (Wayne State University), Principal certification from the University of Wyoming, and her Doctorate in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Instructional Leadership from Grand Canyon University.
Currently, she is an MTSS/SEL specialist with Laramie County School District #1 where she utilizes Multi-tiered Systems of Support to identify student needs for support socially, emotionally, and academically.
Previously she served as the Assistant School Safety Coordinator/SEL Facilitator for Albany County School District #1 where she oversaw the effective implementation of the district’s social and emotional learning strategies as well as analyzed and reported data to identify healing-centered engagement strategies to support teachers and students in the classroom.
Dr. Fogg has worked collaboratively with district departments and school campuses to integrate social-emotional learning programs aligned with the district’s strategic improvement plan. She also partners with other organizations to equip school personnel in behavior management, social-emotional learning, and healing-centered engagement strategies.