Linda Gregg, EdD, a consultant, is also an assistant professor at the College of Santa Fe in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a student adviser, coordinator of multicultural special education, and an active member of her community.
Her workshop presentations have included The ABCs of Collaboration and Effective Instructional Strategies. She has also taught courses on curriculum design, educational methodology, and special education policies and procedures. Dr. Gregg has facilitated several district curriculum committees and has been a guest lecturer for several colleges, universities, and school districts in California and New Mexico. Dr. Gregg also has an extensive background in assistive technology and distance education via radio, television, Blackboard, and WebCT.
For her excellent service, Dr. Gregg was named Outstanding School Administrator and Education Leader. She is a vice president of the local chapter of Phi Delta Kappa and a member of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Dr. Gregg has taught general education, special needs students, and English language learners in demographically diverse schools. She has worked as a program specialist for students with learning disabilities and as a nonpublic school specialist for the Los Angeles Unified School District. In New Mexico she has served in such leadership roles as high school principal and associate superintendent of special programs. She has been a team leader for the New Mexico State Department Focused Monitoring Program.
Dr. Gregg holds professional credentials in general and special education and a master’s degree and credential in school administration. She has earned her doctorate in educational leadership and administration.