GREENWICH, Conn. – Lori A. Mulligan, who has worked as a math teacher a Central Middle School and Greenwich High, will be the 2017 Greenwich Public Schools Summer School Coordinator, Superintendent of Schools Sal Corda announced.
Mulligan has been with the Greenwich Public Schools since 2000. She has also served as the Cos Cob School site coordinator for the GPS Summer School program for the last several summers and co-coordinator for the secondary summer program.
“Lori Mulligan brings a great deal of expertise, experience and excitement to the role of Summer School Coordinator. We are looking forward to working collaboratively to ensure we are offering summer programming that will support and enhance our students learning experiences,” Deputy Superintendent Ann Carabillo said.
In 1994, Mulligan began teaching mathematics in Regional School District 15 at Pomperaug High School in Southbury. She came to the Greenwich Public Schools as a mathematics teacher at Central Middle School in 2000, and also served as the seventh grade team leader, before moving to Greenwich High School in 2007.
She has served in a number of leadership capacities, including as the GHS math department instructional coach (2011-2016), learning facilitator (2002-2006 and 2009-2016), and Program Associate (2016-present.)
Her additional supervisory roles have included as Site Supervisor for Cos Cob Summer School After School program (2009), and then as Site Supervisor for the Summer School program at Cos Cob School (2013, 2014, 2016.)
Mulligan received her bachelor of science degree in English education from the University of Connecticut in 1991, a master of science degree in elementary and early childhood education from the University of Bridgeport in 1993, a master of education in organizational leadership and administration from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2005, and participated in the Sacred Heart University administration certification program to complete her 092 certification in 2009.