Anna Mae Paladina


Mrs. Paladina has worked as a Teacher, community college Administrator, public school Principal, and Program Specialist. She has been honored locally, state-wide and nationally for her work in preventing school absenteeism. The program she developed was named one of the top ten exemplary prevention programs in the United States by the former Office of Substance Abuse Prevention and an Exemplary Program of the International Association of Pupil Personnel Workers. She has facilitated workshops nationally and internationally. In 1987 she was honored locally as a Beaver County Times Woman of the Year. What Calls Me to Education? “Next to family, I believe education is the most important contributor to our society. For me, it is a calling, rewarded by the results of our participants.”
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