Clinical Placement Specialist
Elizabeth Harrison is the clinical placement specialist for early childhood and early childhood special education programs. Before joining the Hunter College School of Ed family, Elizabeth served as the Director for School Partnerships at Pace University, where she oversaw the clinical experiences for students in the School of Education. Prior to that she was a Program Officer for New Visions for Public Schools, where she provided instructional coaching for teacher residents participating in the Urban Teacher Residency Program, as well as professional development and coaching for the teacher residents’ mentors. In addition, she has served as Program Manager at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, where she developed and facilitated teacher trainings and provided instructional coaching. She has also served as a clinical supervisor for student teachers at Hunter College. She has taught middle and high school history and literacy courses for the NYC Department of Education.
Elizabeth earned an M.S. in Middle Childhood/Adolescent Education from the University of Rochester; M.S. Ed in Literacy Education from the City College of New York; and a M.S. Ed in Higher Education Administration from Baruch College, CUNY.