ANNOUNCEMENT:
New Orleans 4th Annual MTSS/RtI Conference April 12th and 13th, 2018
National conference featuring Drs. Alisia Moutry and Ramel Smith at the 
Trauma-Informed MTSS/RTI:  Practical and Evidenced-Based Practices
Human Development Center,  LSUHSC New Orleans​
For more information:  https://dbcconferences.com/new-orleans-mtss-april-12th-13th/

alisiA Moutry, PH.d.

COURSES & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Leadership and Coaching for RtI Implementation- Cooperative Educational Services Agency (CESA) 1, Coaching and Positive Psychology Institute (CaPP)-Dr. Valorie Burton, Cognitive Coaching Foundation Seminar-Dr. Laura Lipton, School-wide  Integrated Framework for Transformation and Multi-Tiered System of Support CASUMS Project- Drs. Wayne Sailor & Amy McCart,  Coaching Training Intensive- Valorie Burton, Advanced Cognitive Coaching-Art & Habits of the Mind- Costa and Bob Garmston, 5th Annual Cognitive Coaching Leadership Network Symposium, Data Driven Decision Making-Dr. Laura Lipton and Bruce Wellman, Dealing with Difficult People-Gene Grooms, Presentation Skills-Dr. Laura Lipton and Bruce Wellman, Team Building-Bill Boone, Efficacy & Managing the Resistance to Change-Jeff Howard, Classroom Organization and Management Program-COMP, Engaging Adult Learning/Coaching, Balanced Literacy Framework, Reading Across the Curriculum, Research Proven Intervention Strategies, Instructional Practices Inventory IPI-Barry Valentine, Creating and Sustaining Effective GEAR UP Partnerships:  A Post-Secondary Award, School-wide Application Model (SAM)-Wayne Sailor,  Capacity Building Workshop & Literacy Management and Grouping-Skylight Professional Development. 

September 2010, Dr. Moutry became the President of her company, 4AM Consulting, LLC. As of May 2017, 4AM Consulting was Nationally certified by the North Central Minority Supplier Development Council.  She stays close to her passion for teaching, learning and leadership by taking on independent consulting roles as technical assistance and transformational coaching support.  The areas of expertise include but are not limited to: School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation, Cognitive Coaching, Cultural Responsive Practices, Data-Driven Decision Making, Mentoring, Teacher and Administrator Effectiveness, Teaming Structures Planning, Efficacy, Problem-Solving Strategies, Adult Learning Strategies, Systems of Early Intervening Services (Response to Intervention/Multi-Tiered Systems of Support) for both academic and behavior areas, Grant/Action Plan Monitoring, Alternative Education & Charter Schools.  Some of the recent independent consulting work includes providing Executive coaching for the newly hired Chief Academic Office for the Milwaukee Boys and Girls Club and the Wells Agency.  In addition, to working as a facilitator, coach and or technical assistance support for Dominican High School, Mequon-Thiensville School District, Baltimore City Public Schools, Illinois Department of Education, California Department of Education, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (Priority Schools and the Milwaukee Public Schools-School Improvement Grant). Dr. Moutry has been an adjunct professor, guest lecturer and/or technical assistance provider for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Menomonee Falls Schools District and the University of Kansas.

Dr. Moutry’s achievement included:  2013 Rufus King Distinguished Alumnus, 2013 Milwaukee Community Journal Award the 2009 Holy Redeemer 100 Women of Honor Award, the University Wisconsin-Milwaukee Pre-College Academy Distinguished Teacher Award in 1996, and the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated Influential Women Award in 1990. In Special Education Practices: Personal Narratives of African American Scholars, Educators, and Related Professionals, she has her first published article entitled, All Children are Special: Response-to-Intervention for African American Students with Nova Science Publisher of Hauppauge, New York. , City at Peace in the Arts (CAPITA) Production Board, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Dominican High School(Board member), Frontline Education (Advisory Committee), Metropolitan Milwaukee Alliance of Black School Educators (former Executive Board Member), National Alliance of Black School Educators, National Associated for the Advancement of Colored People, School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation Advisory Board, Winthrop Special Education Advisory Board and Young Men’s Christian Associations YMCA West Suburban Branch Board (former Board Member).

Alisia Moutry, Ph.D., is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a proud product of the Milwaukee Public School system. She received her Bachelor of Science in Special Education with an emphasis on Learning Disabilities (K-9) from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 1990. She has earned a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction and a Master of Educational Leadership both from National Louis University in 1996 and 2006. October, 2010 she obtained a Doctorate Degree in Leadership in Educational Administration from Capella University based in Minnesota. She hold four Wisconsin licenses: 10 Director of Instruction, 51 Principal, 80 Director of Special Education and Pupil Service, and 811 Learning Disabilities and is eligible to apply for the Wisconsin license 03 Superintendent.

Dr. Moutry was the previous Executive Director for the Milwaukee Teacher Education Center (MTEC) from 2013 to 2016. She was employed by Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) for 18 years. At MPS she held the position of teacher, mentor, teacher on special assignment, and Administrative Program Coordinator and a Department Director. She began work with the Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) #1 in October 2008 as the Statewide Director of the Responsive Education for ALL Children Grant and in April 2012, as the local Chief of Staff for the Jamie S. Settlement Agreement working directly with the court appointed and nationally known independent expert, W. Alan Coulter, Ph.D. Prior to accepting the Executive Direct position for MTEC she ended her employment with CESA #1 in August 2012 as the Title I Network Coordinator and Department of Public Instruction Turnaround Liaison.