Saturday, June 6, 2020

Dr. Lou Maynus Biography

Dr. Loujeania (Lou) Maynus possesses a strong background in education resulting from her extensive studies and work experience in the field. Dr. Maynus’s current assignment is the Assistant State Superintendent, Division of Teaching and Learning at the West Virginia Department of Education. Before this position, she worked in several positions at Kanawha County Schools and Marshall University. Previously, she worked at the West Virginia Department of Education as Coordinator and then Lead Coordinator in the Office of Instruction and as a Coordinator in the Office of School Improvement. Dr. Maynus maintains knowledge and utilization of American Sign Language. From 1984-1998 she worked as a Teacher of the Deaf and the Case Manager for Special Education at Fayette County Schools.

Dr. Maynus earned a Doctorate in Education in Curriculum and Instruction and an Education Specialist in Leadership Studies both from Marshall University. She also earned a Master of Arts in Leadership Studies from Marshall University, a Master of Science in Deaf/Hard of Hearing Special Education from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) and a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education from Concord College. Among her honors and awards are the RESA IV Carla Sweet Special Educator of the Year in 1998 and the West Virginia Presidential Award for Math and Science in 2005.

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