Harriett M. Stonehill

Co-President

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Harriett M. Stonehill is an author, educator and administrator.  She serves as Adjunct Professor at the University of the District of Columbia, and was Director of the MegaSkills Education Center, Washington, D.C.
 
She coauthored with Dr. Bernice Sandler, Student to Student Sexual Harassment K-12:  Strategies and Solutions for Educators to Use in The Classroom and Community, published by Rowman and Littlefield.
 
As Director of the MegaSkills Education Center, she coauthored with Dr. Dorothy Rich, Curriculum and Training books which are used nationally and internationally to build teacher/parent/student/community partnerships.  She conducted staff training in 48 states and internationally.
 
Harriett served as staff to The White House Conference on Families, Washington Representative for major Women’s Organizations, and as a public interest advocate for legislation on education and employment.  She is a noted speaker and contributor to professional journals.
 
She received an M.S.Ed degree from Queens College, NY, and has completed Post Graduate Studies at New Rochelle, NY, St. Johns College, NY, and Paris, France.
 
Harriett lives in Washington, DC with her husband Elliott.  She enjoys writing poetry, taking long walks, enjoying her friendships and visiting her twin girl and boy great-grandchildren in California.