Natalie B. Overton, M.S. Ed
1051 Hart St.
Brooklyn, NY 11237 718-594-3177
Educational Leadership...
Natalie B. Overton Page 2
Community Leadership
 Facilitator, leader and panelist on various pan...
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  • 1. Natalie B. Overton, M.S. Ed 1051 Hart St. Brooklyn, NY 11237 718-594-3177 Educational Leadership and Development Coach Curriculum Design and development · Program Facilitator · Educational Coach · Leadership developer Diversity Programing Designer and Trainer · Public Speaker · Project Management. Enthusiastic and skilled professional with experience in curriculum design and execution. Passionate and effective relationship builder with strong written and verbal communication skills. Creates a welcoming environment and is adept at addressing needs of individuals to promote identity development and growth. Experienced educator with 5 years of teaching math/science in the k-12 public school system. in education. Exceptional multi-tasked with managing projects and teams in design and presentation. Extremely self-motivated with strong intra-personal intelligence. Professional Experience TEACH FOR AMERICA (TFA), New York, NY August 2013- Present A national nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating educational inequity by enlisting leaders to commit two years as teachers in urban and rural public schools. Manager, Teacher Leadership Development, Brooklyn Borough Coached and mentored 80 Teachers in 20 schools grades K-12 leading to a 98% retention rate.  Provide skill development through observation/feedback cycles and collaborate  Collaborate with school leaders and teachers to create tailored strategies to develop educators  Analyze Interim Assessments to create differentiated learning experiences for students and educator skill development  Create, coordinate and execute fellowships where educators engage in learning experiences to develop their educational pedagogy and strengthen their leadership as educators through a series of professional development New York Public Schools, New York, NY, August 2008-June 2013 KIPP AMP, Middle School August 2012-June 2013 Math Teacher. Charter teacher for 80+ 5 th grade students  Collaborated in strategic planning to increase proficiency of math standards for students  Developed and implemented character building activities to build community within school community Urban Science Academy August 2008- June 2012 Middle School Teacher and Grade Team Leader 2008 Teach for America Corps  Taught various topics with an emphasis on STEM in ESL, ICT and General Education settings  Created and implemented standard aligned math and science curriculum to include training fellow educators to execute lessons  Facilitated interventions to develop a culture of communication and positive rapport among staff  Designed and executed annual career day resulting in 25 professional presenters and 25 student ambassadors. Professionals shared similar socioeconomic or ethnic backgrounds of students.  Taught through using the theory of multiple intelligence for optimal differentiated learning Diversity Learning and Development Leadership  Presented and facilitated workshops examining diversity equity, privilege and power within our national educational system  Lead the race based Black staff affinity space and co-collaborated to create more affinity groups to include LGBTQ, Latino, AAPI, and White  Selected as committee lead to the National African-American Manager, Teacher Leadership Development Network, TFA.  Develop and implement learning opportunities to strengthen managers ability to assess and coach their teachers as well as navigate their career trajectories
  • 2. Natalie B. Overton Page 2 Community Leadership  Facilitator, leader and panelist on various panels and workshops to include: Onward Winter Conference with Harlem Education Activates Fund, Inc. (HEAF), Black Leaders and Achievers Caucus (B.L.A.C.) TFA National Conference for Black Staff Members- The Gathering  Selected to sit on the advisory board for Urban Assembly School for Criminal Justice (UASCJ) an all-girl public school in Brooklyn  Assed schools under culturally responsive criteria for a series of staff development on culturally responsive teaching for It Takes a Village (ITAV) group- New York Education Lehman College, Bronx, NY May 2010 M.S. Ed. Childhood Education 1-6 David Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN May 2008 B.A. Leadership Communication

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