Carmelina Hollingsworth is the Director for the Resource Materials and Technology Center for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (RMTC-D/HH) project. Carmelina serves as a member of the Florida’s Response to the National Deaf Agenda Team, the State AIM/AT/UDL Oversight Team, the Statewide Technology Advisory Committee, and she is a member of the Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services (BEESS) Strategic Plan Team's committee for Best Practices in Inclusion.
Sherry has extensive background in the field of "Deaf+" and itinerant teaching in pre-kindergarten through transition-age environments as well as experience in IEP writing and compliance monitoring. She is also a certified Visual Phonics trainer.
Candace received her master's degree in Deaf Education: ASL/English Bilingual Early Childhood Education from Gallaudet University. She began her career as an elementary school inclusion teacher in a listening and spoken language program for students who are DHH. She went on to become an elementary teacher at a total communication site school. Her specialty areas are early language development and ASL/English bilingualism.
Scott has a dual bachelor's degree from Flagler College in Deaf Education and Elementary Education. He also has a master’s degree from American College of Education in Educational Leadership. Throughout his career, he has worked with over eight school districts across multiple states in developing and designing classroom instructional models that meet the unique needs of students.
Mark Keith provides training, consultation, and information and referral for parents and school districts across Florida. He also is responsible for questions related to IDEA, IEPs, 504s and ADA, as well as developing and distributing the RMTC-D/HH Just in Time News and Information emails.