Lisa Reed is a 4th Grade Teacher at Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Elementary School in Fort Jackson, South Carolina. She has taught for fifteen years with DoDEA and one additional year with Jefferson County Public School District in Kentucky. While with DoDEA she has also worked in SHAPE, Belgium; Fort Knox, KY; Fort Benning, GA; and Fort Jackson, SC. Mrs. Reed has taught first, third, fourth and fifth grades and spent 2 years as a middle school Educational Technologist.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, from Georgetown College, in 2001 and her Master degree in Curriculum and Technology Integration from University of Phoenix Online, in 2005. Mrs. Reed completed her Educational Specialist degree in Information Science and Learning Technologies from the University of Missouri, in 2012.

As a wife of an active-duty soldier and mother of three children who attend DoDEA schools, Mrs. Reed is invested in DoDEA on multiple stakeholder levels. Because of this, she believes that it is essential for teachers, parents, and students to work collaboratively to create a learning experience where each child will feel safe, loved, encouraged, and happy; because success naturally follows these elements. She also believes educators must seek and give support to one another in order to create a strong and innovative network of education, because it still takes a village to raise a child.

Lisa Reed
Lisa Reed 4th Grade Teacher
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