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School Counselor Accountability

Stone, Carolyn

Carolyn StoneCarolyn Stone
EDUCATOR, SCHOOL COUNSELOR AND SPEAKER

Carolyn Stone, Ed.D., is a Professor of Counselor Education at the Universityof North Florida (UNF). Dr. Stone is a Past President of the American SchoolCounselor Association (ASCA). Prior to coming to UNF, Dr. Stone spent 22years with Jacksonville, Florida's Public Schools as an elementary and highschool counselor, middle school teacher and Supervisor of Guidance Services.She supervised 225 school counselors. Dr. Stone currently serves as the Ethics Chair for ASCA andhas done so for 15 years. Have Carolyn conduct one of her informative presentations at your nextfunction or event.

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Williams, Deirdra

Julia TaylorDeirdra Williams
NATIONAL LEVEL SPEAKER AND COUNSELOR

Deirdra is a graduate of NC State University (French Language and Literature) and NC Central University, where she received a Master of Arts in School Counseling. As a National Board Certified Teacher in K – 12 school counseling, she enjoys practicing school counseling at the secondary level so that she can help students prepare for and make a positive transition to post high school. She believes all students can learn and have something special to contribute to society. They just need the right resources and be willing to put forth a little effort.

Deirdra has been a professional school counselor in Wake County Public Schools for over 14 years. She has been able to advocate for school counseling and student achievement by actively using ASCA National Model documents to show evidence of a data driven and student centered school counseling program. During her tenure in the district, she has led two separate counseling teams to RAMP status, one receiving RAMP in just the school’s second year of existence. She currently serves as an ASCA RAMP reviewer and has traveled the state teaching and encouraging school counselors to use the ASCA National model to advocate for students and the profession.

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