Meedra Surratte, M.Ed. – Executive Director
Meedra is a community and education advocate serving students with disabilities and their families at PIC for over 15 years. Her area of focus lies in education and capacity building, particularly in the areas of special education, family engagement and/or strengthening sustaining partnerships between families and schools. She is committed to ensuring equity in education, representing the interests of students and families from our most undeserved communities. Meedra holds a B.A. in Organizational Dynamics and a Masters in Special Education. Meedra also serves as the aRPy Ambassador for Delaware, promoting awareness of evidenced based practices that improve outcomes for infants and toddlers. She represents the needs, concerns and interests of children with disabilities and their families on several statewide councils. Meedra previously served as education contributor to the Arthur J. Turner Jr. Scholarship Foundation, and served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and an Educational Surrogate Parent for 10 years. Meedra is the proud parent of 3 girls, and grandparent of a granddaughter born in 2021.
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