Elizabeth Rose brings a myriad of background experiences to NIET as a senior specialist on the East team. Her greatest accomplishments are serving her students and teachers over the course of her 19 years in the classroom, K-8, and 15 years as a school administrator. She has a passion for creating and cultivating a positive learning environment combined with the delivery of effective instructional practices in every classroom for every child.
She continues to seek out opportunities to grow in her own practice. As a cohort member of the Tennessee Rural Principal's Network, she has built a cache of colleagues across the state who meet regularly to empower each other to provide an equitable education for all students.
Elizabeth has facilitated training for the Tennessee Department of Education for various initiatives throughout the years such as Common Core, Early Reading Foundational Skills, and Teacher Educator Acceleration Model (TEAM), the state's evaluation process. For seven years she trained and recertified principals, supervisors, directors and instructional leaders on TEAM.
Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Science in curriculum and instruction from the University of Tennessee, master's degree in education from Tusculum University, and Educational Specialist Degree in administration and supervision from Lincoln Memorial University.