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Newsmaker: Mary Mayberry

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| Thursday, July 21, 2016 11:55 p.m
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Mary Mayberry

Noteworthy: Mayberry is the recipient of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s 2016 Annie Sullivan Award.

Age: 39

Residence:North Franklin, Washington County

Occupation:Special education teacher at the Mon Valley School in Jefferson Hills

Family:Husband, Jaime, and daughter Ariele

Education:Bachelor’s degree in special and elementary education from La Roche College; master’s degree in education from Edinboro University; currently pursuing a certification in behavior analysis from California University of Pennsylvania, where she also received her certification in autism education.

Background:Mayberry has been at the Mon Valley School since 2003, where she works with students ages 18 to 21. She previously worked as a youth counselor with the Holy Family Institute and in early intervention at the Pennsylvania Intermediate Unit 1.

Quote: “I love working with these students. They’re so interesting. I love the challenge. I love the behavior side of things and figuring out why and then what they need. I feel like this is a population that has a lot of need, and I love the challenge of working with them and learning their personalities and getting to know them as people.”

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