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Julie Rentz

Founder and Director, Mobile 

Julie Rentz founded Read-Write The Learning Center in 2011. She has nearly 30 years of experience working with children with learning differences. Julie served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Alabama Branch of the International Dyslexia Association. Julie was named an “Unsung Hero” in the International Dyslexia Association’s “Honor a Teacher Campaign.” Additionally, she is the founder of the Mobile Bay group of the Alabama International Dyslexia Association. She is also a member of the Association of Educational Therapists (AET) and the Learning Disability Association.  Julie has made presentations on dyslexia for local groups, including schools, professional organizations and the Bay Area Speech and Hearing Association.

Julie received a Master of Education degree from the University of South Alabama. Julie has also completed extensive additional graduate work in screening for dyslexia. She is a certified Barton Tutor and earned the designation of Dyslexia Consultant and Tester. She is trained in various Orton-Gillingham based programs for academic language therapy including handwriting, creative writing, and math. In addition, Julie received training from the Institute of Multisensory Language Education, AIM-Pathways to Proficient Reading and Writing, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, and Neuhaus Reading Readiness.     

Julie has a passion for struggling students.  Identifying why a student is struggling with certain areas of school and helping parents understand those struggles is her professional specialty.  Julie is a member of Dauphin Way Methodist Church.  She enjoys living in Mobile because the people are so friendly.  In her spare time, she enjoys visiting her children and grandchildren, cooking, gardening, biking and boating.           


Katie Beckmann    Assistant Director, Mobile   Katie Beckmann graduated from Spring Hill College with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing Communications and a Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education. Prior to joining Read Write in 2014, Katie taught fifth grade reading at Mary B. Austin Elementary School and resource at St. Ignatius Catholic School. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training, Institute for Multisensory Education, AIM Pathways to Proficient Reading, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition Fundamentals, Handwriting Without Tears and Shelton School Study Skills. Katie achieved certification as an Orton-Gillingham dyslexia specialist through Brainspring/Phonics First.  She is a Structured Literacy Dyslexia Interventionist through the Center for Effective Reading Instruction, and has been recognized by the International Dyslexia Association as a certified Dyslexia Practitioner. Katie also completed training through the Dyslexia Training Institute as a Dyslexia Advocate.

Katie Beckmann

Assistant Director, Mobile

Katie Beckmann graduated from Spring Hill College with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing Communications and a Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education. Prior to joining Read Write in 2014, Katie taught fifth grade reading at Mary B. Austin Elementary School and resource at St. Ignatius Catholic School. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training, Institute for Multisensory Education, AIM Pathways to Proficient Reading, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition Fundamentals, Handwriting Without Tears and Shelton School Study Skills. Katie achieved certification as an Orton-Gillingham dyslexia specialist through Brainspring/Phonics First. She is a Structured Literacy Dyslexia Interventionist through the Center for Effective Reading Instruction, and has been recognized by the International Dyslexia Association as a certified Dyslexia Practitioner. Katie also completed training through the Dyslexia Training Institute as a Dyslexia Advocate.

Kathrine Butler   Kathrine Butler has over 33 years of teaching experience. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Education from Mary Baldwin College and has taken masters coursework at the University of South Alabama, the University of Alabama, and the University of Mobile.In addition to teaching at Read- Write, Kathrine taught at St. Paul’s Episcopal School and Bayside Academy’s Learning Center. She holds an Alabama Teaching Certificate and a Dyslexia Therapy Certificate from the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council. Kathrine is a member of the International Dyslexia Association and International Reading Association. Her training includes Lindamood-Bell programs such as Cloud 9 Math, Seeing Stars, and LiPS, Neuhaus Written Composition Fundamentals, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, and Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training. Kathrine’s favorite thing about teaching at Read Write is the positive environment. “The teachers, staff, and students are committed and dedicated to learning.”

Kathrine Butler

Kathrine Butler has over 33 years of teaching experience. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Education from Mary Baldwin College and has taken masters coursework at the University of South Alabama, the University of Alabama, and the University of Mobile.In addition to teaching at Read- Write, Kathrine taught at St. Paul’s Episcopal School and Bayside Academy’s Learning Center. She holds an Alabama Teaching Certificate and a Dyslexia Therapy Certificate from the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council. Kathrine is a member of the International Dyslexia Association and International Reading Association. Her training includes Lindamood-Bell programs such as Cloud 9 Math, Seeing Stars, and LiPS, Neuhaus Written Composition Fundamentals, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, and Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training. Kathrine’s favorite thing about teaching at Read Write is the positive environment. “The teachers, staff, and students are committed and dedicated to learning.”


Laurie Crane   Laurie Crane has nearly 25 years of teaching experience.  She joined the Read-Write team in 2012. Prior to teaching at Read Write, Laurie was a Reading Specialist and AIP Teacher St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Laurie holds a Class B certification in Special Education PK-12. She graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. Laurie is a member of the International Dyslexia Association and her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, and Neuhaus Written Composition. She loves getting to know each student individually and helping them find their strengths and overcome their weaknesses. “I see them become more confident and watch them succeed in anything they set their minds to do!”

Laurie Crane

Laurie Crane has nearly 25 years of teaching experience. She joined the Read-Write team in 2012. Prior to teaching at Read Write, Laurie was a Reading Specialist and AIP Teacher St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Laurie holds a Class B certification in Special Education PK-12. She graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. Laurie is a member of the International Dyslexia Association and her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, and Neuhaus Written Composition. She loves getting to know each student individually and helping them find their strengths and overcome their weaknesses. “I see them become more confident and watch them succeed in anything they set their minds to do!”

Martha Cook   Martha Cook joined the Read-Write team in 2011. An experienced teacher, Martha previously worked as an Alternative Instruction Program (AIP) Teacher and Reading Support Teacher at St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Martha’s training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition, Handwriting Without Tears, and Lindamood-Bell programs including Cloud 9 Math, Seeing Stars, and LiPS. Martha is a member of the International Dyslexia Association. A University of Mississippi graduate, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education with a Concentration in reading. Martha’s professional specialty is early intervention. She loves living close to the beach, and in her spare time she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, baking, sewing, and traveling.

Martha Cook

Martha Cook joined the Read-Write team in 2011. An experienced teacher, Martha previously worked as an Alternative Instruction Program (AIP) Teacher and Reading Support Teacher at St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Martha’s training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition, Handwriting Without Tears, and Lindamood-Bell programs including Cloud 9 Math, Seeing Stars, and LiPS. Martha is a member of the International Dyslexia Association. A University of Mississippi graduate, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education with a Concentration in reading. Martha’s professional specialty is early intervention. She loves living close to the beach, and in her spare time she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, baking, sewing, and traveling.


Meg Finkbohner   Meg Finkbohner joined the Read-Write team in 2013. She is a Louisiana State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Special Education. Meg was a Resource Teacher at Wilmer Elementary School for eight years and holds a Class B Learning Disabilities certification. She has received Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition and Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor training. Her professional specialty is remedial reading, and her favorite thing about teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center is working with students individually.  She enjoys  watching them improve. Meg loves living in Mobile and being close to the beach and Mobile Bay. In her spare time, she likes to fish and hunt with her family.

Meg Finkbohner

Meg Finkbohner joined the Read-Write team in 2013. She is a Louisiana State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Special Education. Meg was a Resource Teacher at Wilmer Elementary School for eight years and holds a Class B Learning Disabilities certification. She has received Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition and Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor training. Her professional specialty is remedial reading, and her favorite thing about teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center is working with students individually. She enjoys watching them improve. Meg loves living in Mobile and being close to the beach and Mobile Bay. In her spare time, she likes to fish and hunt with her family.

Downing Bronenkamp   Downing, a graduate of the University of Alabama, began teaching at Read Write in 2012. She is starting her 10th year as a Read-Write instructor. Downing is a certified Barton Tutor. Her training includes Barton Reading & Spelling System Tutor Training, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition, Neuhaus Developing Accuracy and Fluency, Shelton School Study Skills, and Handwriting Without Tears, K-5 Handwriting Workshop. Downing’s professional specialties are math, writing, and reading readiness. Her favorite thing about teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center is helping students reach their goals in reading and math. “Seeing my students make progress is the best part of my job! Nothing is more rewarding!”

Downing Bronenkamp

Downing, a graduate of the University of Alabama, began teaching at Read Write in 2012. She is starting her 10th year as a Read-Write instructor. Downing is a certified Barton Tutor. Her training includes Barton Reading & Spelling System Tutor Training, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Written Composition, Neuhaus Developing Accuracy and Fluency, Shelton School Study Skills, and Handwriting Without Tears, K-5 Handwriting Workshop. Downing’s professional specialties are math, writing, and reading readiness. Her favorite thing about teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center is helping students reach their goals in reading and math. “Seeing my students make progress is the best part of my job! Nothing is more rewarding!”


Sue Buffkin   Sue Buffkin began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2019. Sue is a certified teacher with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Alabama, an Master of Science degree in Elementary Education and Reading Certification N-12, from the University of South Alabama. She is also certified in ESL (English as a Second Language), K-12. Sue enjoys the supportive and encouraging environment at Read-Write. Working with students in a one-on-one setting leads to maximum results and progress. In her free time, Sue enjoys quilting and sewing, reading, traveling and spending time with her grandchildren.

Sue Buffkin

Sue Buffkin began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2019. Sue is a certified teacher with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Alabama, an Master of Science degree in Elementary Education and Reading Certification N-12, from the University of South Alabama. She is also certified in ESL (English as a Second Language), K-12. Sue enjoys the supportive and encouraging environment at Read-Write. Working with students in a one-on-one setting leads to maximum results and progress. In her free time, Sue enjoys quilting and sewing, reading, traveling and spending time with her grandchildren.

Genny Fain   Genny Fain began teaching at Read-Write in 2016. She received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of South Alabama in 2010. Genny is a certified Class B Elementary, K-6 teacher and previously taught fourth grade at J. Larry Newton School. Her training includes the Alabama Reading Initiative, Comprehension Toolkit, Alabama Math Science and Technology Initiative, Neuhaus Written Composition, and Barton Reading and Spelling System certified tutor. Genny achieved certification as an Orton-Gillingham dyslexia specialist and has been recognized by the International Dyslexia Association as a certified dyslexia practitioner. She is also certified through the Center for Effective Reading Instruction. Genny’s favorite thing about working at Read-Write is the warm and welcoming atmosphere that allows her to get to know each student individually.

Genny Fain

Genny Fain began teaching at Read-Write in 2016. She received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of South Alabama in 2010. Genny is a certified Class B Elementary, K-6 teacher and previously taught fourth grade at J. Larry Newton School. Her training includes the Alabama Reading Initiative, Comprehension Toolkit, Alabama Math Science and Technology Initiative, Neuhaus Written Composition, and Barton Reading and Spelling System certified tutor. Genny achieved certification as an Orton-Gillingham dyslexia specialist and has been recognized by the International Dyslexia Association as a certified dyslexia practitioner. She is also certified through the Center for Effective Reading Instruction. Genny’s favorite thing about working at Read-Write is the warm and welcoming atmosphere that allows her to get to know each student individually.


Jennifer Herrington   Jennifer Herrington is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. She holds a Dyslexia Therapy Master of Education degree and is a Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT). Prior to working at Read-Write, Jennifer served as a Special Education Teacher at Martin Bluff Elementary in Gautier, MS. Jennifer is a member of the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA). Jennifer enjoys working one-on-one with her students. Seeing children who were once struggling become more confident is her favorite part of teaching at Read-Write. Her training includes Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, and Barton Reading and Spelling System. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys spending time at the beach with her husband and son.

Jennifer Herrington

Jennifer Herrington is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. She holds a Dyslexia Therapy Master of Education degree and is a Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT). Prior to working at Read-Write, Jennifer served as a Special Education Teacher at Martin Bluff Elementary in Gautier, MS. Jennifer is a member of the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA). Jennifer enjoys working one-on-one with her students. Seeing children who were once struggling become more confident is her favorite part of teaching at Read-Write. Her training includes Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness, and Barton Reading and Spelling System. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys spending time at the beach with her husband and son.

Hartley Little   Hartley is a University of Alabama graduate. She holds a Class B certification in Elementary Education. Hartley began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2017.  Her training includes being a Barton Reading and Spelling System Certified Tutor, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness and is an associate with The Academy of Orton Gillingham. Hartley’s professional specialties are math (K-12), writing, and reading readiness.  Hartley loves the Mobile weather and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also likes being outdoors and crafting. Hartley's favorite thing about Read Write is having the opportunity to positively impact a student's learning experience.

Hartley Little

Hartley is a University of Alabama graduate. She holds a Class B certification in Elementary Education. Hartley began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2017. Her training includes being a Barton Reading and Spelling System Certified Tutor, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Reading Readiness and is an associate with The Academy of Orton Gillingham. Hartley’s professional specialties are math (K-12), writing, and reading readiness. Hartley loves the Mobile weather and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also likes being outdoors and crafting. Hartley's favorite thing about Read Write is having the opportunity to positively impact a student's learning experience.


River Rentz   River’s passion is hanging with her friends at Read-Write. She especially likes sitting on the blue chairs and getting lots of happy hugs. River's favorite thing about Read-Write is helping students not be anxious about reading. She also enjoys getting treats when she learns new tricks!! When she's not working at the Read-Write office, River loves watching pelicans dive in Mobile Bay and playing on the pier.

River Rentz

River’s passion is hanging with her friends at Read-Write. She especially likes sitting on the blue chairs and getting lots of happy hugs. River's favorite thing about Read-Write is helping students not be anxious about reading. She also enjoys getting treats when she learns new tricks!! When she's not working at the Read-Write office, River loves watching pelicans dive in Mobile Bay and playing on the pier.

Courtney Gregory   Courtney began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2019. Prior to working at Read-Write, Courtney taught at UMS-Wright. Courtney holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Auburn and an M.S. in Early Childhood Education from Spring Hill College. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling and Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar. Courtney loves working one-on-one with Read-Write students. She enjoys helping her students learn something new! In her spare time, Courtney loves to spend time in Dauphin Island with her husband and children.

Courtney Gregory

Courtney began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2019. Prior to working at Read-Write, Courtney taught at UMS-Wright. Courtney holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Auburn and an M.S. in Early Childhood Education from Spring Hill College. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling and Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar. Courtney loves working one-on-one with Read-Write students. She enjoys helping her students learn something new! In her spare time, Courtney loves to spend time in Dauphin Island with her husband and children.


Jana Barber   Jana Barber has over 26 years of teaching experience. Before Read-Write, she taught at Baker High School. Jana is a graduate of the University of Montevallo and received her Educational Media M.Ed. from the University of South Alabama. Her training includes Neuhaus Grammar, Neuhaus Written Composition, Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears and Neuhaus Developing Accuracy and Fluency. Jana is a Digital Literacy Instructor. She received the LAMP Award for Exceptional Service in Library Media Southeast Region Alabama. Jana enjoys working one-on-one with students. She loves seeing the progress students make and the confidence they gain when they succeed. Outside of Read-Write, Jana is involved in the Mobile County Public Schools Retired Teachers Association, Baker High School PTSA and Cottage Hill Baptist Church. Jana enjoys spending time with her husband and children at the beach.

Jana Barber

Jana Barber has over 26 years of teaching experience. Before Read-Write, she taught at Baker High School. Jana is a graduate of the University of Montevallo and received her Educational Media M.Ed. from the University of South Alabama. Her training includes Neuhaus Grammar, Neuhaus Written Composition, Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears and Neuhaus Developing Accuracy and Fluency. Jana is a Digital Literacy Instructor. She received the LAMP Award for Exceptional Service in Library Media Southeast Region Alabama. Jana enjoys working one-on-one with students. She loves seeing the progress students make and the confidence they gain when they succeed. Outside of Read-Write, Jana is involved in the Mobile County Public Schools Retired Teachers Association, Baker High School PTSA and Cottage Hill Baptist Church. Jana enjoys spending time with her husband and children at the beach.

Arta Musial   Arta Musial began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2019.  She has over 27 years of teaching experience. Arta previously taught at St. Luke’s Episcopal School.  She received a Master of Education degree from the University of South Alabama. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia College. Arta’s training includes Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training. Arta has always enjoyed teaching. Seeing her students gain confidence and make progress is the best part about working at Read-Write. In her free time, Arta’s interests include reading, gardening, swimming and travel. She especially likes spending time with her grandchildren.

Arta Musial

Arta Musial began teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center in 2019. She has over 27 years of teaching experience. Arta previously taught at St. Luke’s Episcopal School. She received a Master of Education degree from the University of South Alabama. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia College. Arta’s training includes Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training. Arta has always enjoyed teaching. Seeing her students gain confidence and make progress is the best part about working at Read-Write. In her free time, Arta’s interests include reading, gardening, swimming and travel. She especially likes spending time with her grandchildren.


Carol Etheridge   Carol serves Read-Write students in the Thomasville area. Prior to working at Read-Write The Learning Center, Carol taught in the Thomasville area for many years. Her training includes Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Grammar, Neuhaus Written Composition and Barton Reading and Spelling systems Tutor Training. Carol enjoys working with Read-Write students and watching them learn. Outside of Read-Write, Carol especially enjoys spending time with her family at the beach.

Carol Etheridge

Carol serves Read-Write students in the Thomasville area. Prior to working at Read-Write The Learning Center, Carol taught in the Thomasville area for many years. Her training includes Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Grammar, Neuhaus Written Composition and Barton Reading and Spelling systems Tutor Training. Carol enjoys working with Read-Write students and watching them learn. Outside of Read-Write, Carol especially enjoys spending time with her family at the beach.

Amy Hines   Amy has over 15 years of teaching experience. In addition to teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center,  Amy teaches at Corpus Christi Catholic School.  Amy previously taught Saint Luke’s Episcopal School. Her training includes Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Neuhaus Developing Fluency and Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training. Amy enjoys working one-on-one with the students at Read-Write. Outside of Read-Write, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and children.

Amy Hines

Amy has over 15 years of teaching experience. In addition to teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center, Amy teaches at Corpus Christi Catholic School. Amy previously taught Saint Luke’s Episcopal School. Her training includes Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar, Neuhaus Developing Fluency and Barton Reading and Spelling Systems Tutor Training. Amy enjoys working one-on-one with the students at Read-Write. Outside of Read-Write, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and children.


Lucy Williams     Lucy Williams began teaching at Read Write in 2013. Lucy previously worked as a first grade assistant teacher at St. Ignatius Catholic School and a Pre-Kindergarten a teacher. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina- Greensboro with a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and is pursuing a Master of Education in Elementary Education from the University of South Alabama. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, DuBard Association Method, and Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Grammar, Neuhaus Written Composition, Handwriting Without Tears and the Shelton School Study Skills course. Lucy is also certified through the Center for Effective Reading Instruction. Lucy is a member of the International Dyslexia Association and attended the International Dyslexia Association Conference in 2013. Her favorite thing about teaching at Read Write is working one-on-one with students to help them progress, improve, and become able to accomplish more in school.

Lucy Williams

Lucy Williams began teaching at Read Write in 2013. Lucy previously worked as a first grade assistant teacher at St. Ignatius Catholic School and a Pre-Kindergarten a teacher. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina- Greensboro with a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and is pursuing a Master of Education in Elementary Education from the University of South Alabama. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, DuBard Association Method, and Neuhaus Reading Readiness, Neuhaus Grammar, Neuhaus Written Composition, Handwriting Without Tears and the Shelton School Study Skills course. Lucy is also certified through the Center for Effective Reading Instruction. Lucy is a member of the International Dyslexia Association and attended the International Dyslexia Association Conference in 2013. Her favorite thing about teaching at Read Write is working one-on-one with students to help them progress, improve, and become able to accomplish more in school.

Jerrie Quina   Jerrie Quina has nearly 30 years of teaching experience. Through the years, she has taught students from kindergarten through high school. Jerrie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in ESL. Jerrie's favorite thing about teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center is seeing a student transform from struggling to successful. With that success comes greater student self-confidence. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Written Composition Fundamentals, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar and Neuhaus Developing Fluency. Jerrie is a member of the Alabama International Dyslexia Association and St. Ignatius Catholic Church. In her spare time, Jerrie loves to read, sew, hike and entertain her family and friends.

Jerrie Quina

Jerrie Quina has nearly 30 years of teaching experience. Through the years, she has taught students from kindergarten through high school. Jerrie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in ESL. Jerrie's favorite thing about teaching at Read-Write The Learning Center is seeing a student transform from struggling to successful. With that success comes greater student self-confidence. Her training includes Barton Reading and Spelling System Tutor Training, Handwriting Without Tears, Neuhaus Written Composition Fundamentals, Neuhaus Multisensory Grammar and Neuhaus Developing Fluency. Jerrie is a member of the Alabama International Dyslexia Association and St. Ignatius Catholic Church. In her spare time, Jerrie loves to read, sew, hike and entertain her family and friends.