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Hunter Oswalt

Director, Baldwin County

Hunter Oswalt has ten years of teaching experience and is a certified Class A Reading Specialist, PK-12. Hunter received a Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Arts in Secondary Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning from the University of Alabama. She has earned several additional certifications in the field of dyslexia including: Certified Academic Language Practitioner (CALP) from the Academic Language Therapy Association and Certified Dyslexia Practitioner from the International Dyslexia Association. Additional training includes a 60 hour graduate level course in the identification of dyslexia.

Before Read Write, Hunter taught middle school social studies and English. She also served as a Literacy Specialist with Teach for America in Houston, TX. She is a former member of the Alabama Branch of the International Dyslexia Association’s board of directors.

Hunter’s favorite thing about working at Read Write is helping parents understand their children better and create a plan for academic intervention, support at school, and success in life!


  Claudia Crutcher   Claudia Crutcher has 27 years of teaching experience. Before joining Read Write, she taught Kindergarten and second grade in Mobile and Baldwin County Public Schools, respectively. Claudia received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Alabama. Claudia's training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Foundations in Sound, and the Dyslexia: Symptoms and Solutions workshop. Claudia loves the opportunity to work one-on-one with students at Read Write! A resident of Fairhope for the past 12 years, Claudia and her family love spending time on their pier and on their boat.

Claudia Crutcher

Claudia Crutcher has 27 years of teaching experience. Before joining Read Write, she taught Kindergarten and second grade in Mobile and Baldwin County Public Schools, respectively. Claudia received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Alabama. Claudia's training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Foundations in Sound, and the Dyslexia: Symptoms and Solutions workshop. Claudia loves the opportunity to work one-on-one with students at Read Write! A resident of Fairhope for the past 12 years, Claudia and her family love spending time on their pier and on their boat.

  Lyn Davison    
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}     Lyn Davison has over 30 years of teaching experience. Before joining the Read Write team, she taught third grade at Foley Elementary, second grade at J. Larry Newton School, and first grade at Fairhope K-1 Center. Lyn received a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Livingston University in 1985 and a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Alabama in 1988. She has Class A Early Childhood Education certification and her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training, Neuhaus Written Expression, Neuhaus Reading Readiness and Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar. She has attended the International Dyslexia Association Conference and the Handwriting Without Tears K-5 Handwriting Workshop. A life time resident of the Eastern Shore, Lyn loves living in Fairhope where she raises chickens and goats in her spare time!

Lyn Davison

Lyn Davison has over 30 years of teaching experience. Before joining the Read Write team, she taught third grade at Foley Elementary, second grade at J. Larry Newton School, and first grade at Fairhope K-1 Center. Lyn received a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Livingston University in 1985 and a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Alabama in 1988. She has Class A Early Childhood Education certification and her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training, Neuhaus Written Expression, Neuhaus Reading Readiness and Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar. She has attended the International Dyslexia Association Conference and the Handwriting Without Tears K-5 Handwriting Workshop. A life time resident of the Eastern Shore, Lyn loves living in Fairhope where she raises chickens and goats in her spare time!


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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}   Mary Fuller has over 34 years of experience as a Speech and Language Pathologist. Prior to joining the Read Write team in 2014, she worked for Fulton County Schools in Atlanta where she was a member of the administrative team. She attended the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where she received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education in Speech and Language Pathology. Mary holds Georgia Educator Certificates for S-5 Speech and Language Pathology and S-5 Teacher Support Specialist. She attended the Spotlight on Dyslexia Virtual Conference in 2015 and the International Dyslexia Association Conference in 2016. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training. Mary considers her professional specialty to be her knowledge of domains of language: “Understanding language components of reading skills and try to incorporate some of those into daily lessons, even in the smallest way.”

Mary Fuller

Mary Fuller has over 34 years of experience as a Speech and Language Pathologist. Prior to joining the Read Write team in 2014, she worked for Fulton County Schools in Atlanta where she was a member of the administrative team. She attended the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where she received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education in Speech and Language Pathology. Mary holds Georgia Educator Certificates for S-5 Speech and Language Pathology and S-5 Teacher Support Specialist. She attended the Spotlight on Dyslexia Virtual Conference in 2015 and the International Dyslexia Association Conference in 2016. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training. Mary considers her professional specialty to be her knowledge of domains of language: “Understanding language components of reading skills and try to incorporate some of those into daily lessons, even in the smallest way.”

  Betsy Grant   Betsy Grant is a newcomer to Fairhope, having retired from a career as a teacher and principal in elementary schools and as an executive director of children’s museums. Betsy received her bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a master of education degree with an emphasis in reading from Loyola University in New Orleans. She continued her education in curriculum development and administration at the University of Southern Mississippi. Betsy's training also includes Barton Reading & Spelling System Tutor Training and Neuhaus Education Center's Reading Readiness training. Knowing that some children have special needs and a special way of learning, Betsy is excited to join the Read Write team and thinks the Read Write program offers children the opportunity to succeed and develop a love of reading. Betsy would rather read, garden and cook than almost anything, but if there is an occasion to travel, she is ready!

Betsy Grant

Betsy Grant is a newcomer to Fairhope, having retired from a career as a teacher and principal in elementary schools and as an executive director of children’s museums. Betsy received her bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a master of education degree with an emphasis in reading from Loyola University in New Orleans. She continued her education in curriculum development and administration at the University of Southern Mississippi. Betsy's training also includes Barton Reading & Spelling System Tutor Training and Neuhaus Education Center's Reading Readiness training. Knowing that some children have special needs and a special way of learning, Betsy is excited to join the Read Write team and thinks the Read Write program offers children the opportunity to succeed and develop a love of reading. Betsy would rather read, garden and cook than almost anything, but if there is an occasion to travel, she is ready!


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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}     Lisa Lowenberg has over 23 years of teaching experience and holds certification in K-12 Mild to Profound Learning Disabilities. Her previous experience includes teaching in Mobile County Public Schools, Hartford County Public Schools in Bel Air, Maryland, and Department of Defense Dependent School in Wiesbaden, Germany. She is a University of South Alabama graduate with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Special Education, and has completed over 30 hours of coursework beyond a master's level with a concentration in reading and mathematics. Lisa’s favorite thing about teaching at Read Write is working with students individually and witnessing their mastery of different skill sets. In her spare time, Lisa loves to read, knit and exercise, and she is involved in the Eastern Shore Camera Club, Eastern Shore Art Center, and a knitting group with Mobile Yarn. 

Lisa Lowenberg

Lisa Lowenberg has over 23 years of teaching experience and holds certification in K-12 Mild to Profound Learning Disabilities. Her previous experience includes teaching in Mobile County Public Schools, Hartford County Public Schools in Bel Air, Maryland, and Department of Defense Dependent School in Wiesbaden, Germany. She is a University of South Alabama graduate with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Special Education, and has completed over 30 hours of coursework beyond a master's level with a concentration in reading and mathematics. Lisa’s favorite thing about teaching at Read Write is working with students individually and witnessing their mastery of different skill sets. In her spare time, Lisa loves to read, knit and exercise, and she is involved in the Eastern Shore Camera Club, Eastern Shore Art Center, and a knitting group with Mobile Yarn. 

  Martha Meador    Martha has a background as a special education teacher and learning specialist. She graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in early childhood special education and went on to get her masters in K-6 Special Education from University of Alabama at Birmingham. Martha was a special education teacher in the Mountain Brook School System for four years. After getting married in 2014, she and her husband settled in Fairhope. She taught in the Learning Place program at Bayside Academy where she developed a passion for dyslexia. Her experience includes Barton Reading and Spelling System, ADHD and executive functioning coaching, acting as a school wide progress monitoring consultant, and most importantly being an advocate for her students who learn differently. Learning differences are a passion for Martha and she loves the opportunity to provide one-on-one tutoring in a therapeutic setting.

Martha Meador

Martha has a background as a special education teacher and learning specialist. She graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in early childhood special education and went on to get her masters in K-6 Special Education from University of Alabama at Birmingham. Martha was a special education teacher in the Mountain Brook School System for four years. After getting married in 2014, she and her husband settled in Fairhope. She taught in the Learning Place program at Bayside Academy where she developed a passion for dyslexia. Her experience includes Barton Reading and Spelling System, ADHD and executive functioning coaching, acting as a school wide progress monitoring consultant, and most importantly being an advocate for her students who learn differently. Learning differences are a passion for Martha and she loves the opportunity to provide one-on-one tutoring in a therapeutic setting.


  Susan Munson   Susan Munson is a North Carolina native who moved to Baldwin County, Alabama in 2014. In North Carolina, she served as a Middle School resource teacher, the director of a tutoring program for a large independent middle school, and a 6th grade teacher at a school for children with learning disabilities. Susan has her Bachelor of Science in Special Education and extensive training in mutli-sensory education including Orton-Gillingham, Barton Reading & Spelling System, and Neuhaus Education Center programs. With over 25 years of teaching experience, she is certified in Special Education Grades K-12, Middle School Math, and in Reading.  Susan loves working one-on-one with students at Read-Write because she can see the success in every child! Susan recently used her creative side to redo and flip a house. She is active in her church and enjoys gardening, reading, and art.

Susan Munson

Susan Munson is a North Carolina native who moved to Baldwin County, Alabama in 2014. In North Carolina, she served as a Middle School resource teacher, the director of a tutoring program for a large independent middle school, and a 6th grade teacher at a school for children with learning disabilities. Susan has her Bachelor of Science in Special Education and extensive training in mutli-sensory education including Orton-Gillingham, Barton Reading & Spelling System, and Neuhaus Education Center programs. With over 25 years of teaching experience, she is certified in Special Education Grades K-12, Middle School Math, and in Reading.  Susan loves working one-on-one with students at Read-Write because she can see the success in every child! Susan recently used her creative side to redo and flip a house. She is active in her church and enjoys gardening, reading, and art.

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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}   Before joining Read Write in 2016, Lydia Price was a teaching assistant at both the Washington Literacy Center in Washington, D.C. and The Learning Alliance in Vero, FL. She graduated from Hollins University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. Her training includes Wilson Reading System, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Expression, Handwriting Without Tears, Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor training, and over 30 hours of Orton-Gillingham Training from a fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham. Lydia volunteered with the Literacy Council of Alabama’s Journey into Dyslexia workshop in 2016. Lydia’s favorite part of working at Read Write is working one-on-one with students because she understands what it’s like to learn with dyslexia.  “As a dyslexic, I find that I have a firsthand understanding of both the emotional and the intellectual components of learning to read. In this way, I think my specialty is empathy.”

Lydia Price

Before joining Read Write in 2016, Lydia Price was a teaching assistant at both the Washington Literacy Center in Washington, D.C. and The Learning Alliance in Vero, FL. She graduated from Hollins University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. Her training includes Wilson Reading System, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Expression, Handwriting Without Tears, Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor training, and over 30 hours of Orton-Gillingham Training from a fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham. Lydia volunteered with the Literacy Council of Alabama’s Journey into Dyslexia workshop in 2016. Lydia’s favorite part of working at Read Write is working one-on-one with students because she understands what it’s like to learn with dyslexia.  “As a dyslexic, I find that I have a firsthand understanding of both the emotional and the intellectual components of learning to read. In this way, I think my specialty is empathy.”


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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}     Laurie Rawson received a Bachelor of Science in Child Development from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette in 1985 and a Masters of Education in Early Childhood Education from the University of New Orleans in 1988. She taught Kindergarten in Texas and Special Education Preschool in Louisiana. She has spent many years working early intervention including as Developmental Specialist in Pensacola, Florida and an Adaptive Skills Training Supervisor in Sacramento, California. She has trained as an Integrated Listening Systems Practitioner and received certification from the Parents As Teachers program. Her training also includes the Barton Reading & Spelling System Tutor Training. She loves working one-on-one with children and seeing the light bulb go off when they feel success. Having watched her own son with Autism struggle to read, she is very motivated to help other students succeed! She moved to the Fairhope area with her family in December 2015. Her hobbies include hiking, kayaking, and learning to knit.       

Laurie Rawson

Laurie Rawson received a Bachelor of Science in Child Development from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette in 1985 and a Masters of Education in Early Childhood Education from the University of New Orleans in 1988. She taught Kindergarten in Texas and Special Education Preschool in Louisiana. She has spent many years working early intervention including as Developmental Specialist in Pensacola, Florida and an Adaptive Skills Training Supervisor in Sacramento, California. She has trained as an Integrated Listening Systems Practitioner and received certification from the Parents As Teachers program. Her training also includes the Barton Reading & Spelling System Tutor Training. She loves working one-on-one with children and seeing the light bulb go off when they feel success. Having watched her own son with Autism struggle to read, she is very motivated to help other students succeed! She moved to the Fairhope area with her family in December 2015. Her hobbies include hiking, kayaking, and learning to knit.       

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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}     Ann Marie Russell began teaching at Read Write in 2014. She is a graduate of the University of South Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Speech and Hearing Sciences. Before teaching at Read Write, she was a Registered Nurse at Mobile Infirmary Medical Center, as well as a reading tutor at Pritchard Preparatory School. Her training includes Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Expression, Handwriting Without Tears, and Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training. She has taken courses in Speech Science, Communication Disorders, and Clinical Phonics. Ann Marie is a certified Structured Literacy Teacher through the International Dyslexia Association. She has attended the International Dyslexia Association annual conference in 2015 and 2017. Outside of Read Write, Ann Marie teaches Sunday school at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, is an active member of the Junior League of Mobile, and enjoys spending time with her tabby cat, Cookie.

Ann Marie Russell

Ann Marie Russell began teaching at Read Write in 2014. She is a graduate of the University of South Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Speech and Hearing Sciences. Before teaching at Read Write, she was a Registered Nurse at Mobile Infirmary Medical Center, as well as a reading tutor at Pritchard Preparatory School. Her training includes Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Expression, Handwriting Without Tears, and Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training. She has taken courses in Speech Science, Communication Disorders, and Clinical Phonics. Ann Marie is a certified Structured Literacy Teacher through the International Dyslexia Association. She has attended the International Dyslexia Association annual conference in 2015 and 2017. Outside of Read Write, Ann Marie teaches Sunday school at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, is an active member of the Junior League of Mobile, and enjoys spending time with her tabby cat, Cookie.