Marcie OsinskyBoston Teacher Residency Director, Elementary
Marcie Osinsky has overseen BTR’s teacher preparation curriculum since 2003. With her BTR colleagues, she continues to innovate and improve the residency experience, blurring the boundaries between course and field work, keeping BPS students’ achievement at the center of residents’ teaching, and building collaborative communities to engage teachers in ongoing learning and development. Marcie began her education career teaching the first and second grades in the Cambridge Public Schools. Her experiences there led her to explore how partnerships with community and educational institutions can support teacher preparation, student achievement and the role of teacher leadership in urban schools. She then became a liaison between Wheelock College and the Young Achievers Science and Math Pilot School in the Boston Public Schools, working with college faculty and public school educators to design a year-long internship program focusing on mathematics and equity. Ms. Osinsky holds a BA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a Masters in Education from Lesley University.
Bill Madden-FuocoDirector, Boston Teacher Residency, Secondary Grades
Bill Madden-Fuoco leads the team of coaches responsible for the teacher preparation program at the Dearborn STEM Academy. Since graduating BTR in 2007, Bill spent a combined ten years in BPS teaching Humanities and serving as BTR's Secondary ELA Instructional Coach. Prior to his career in BPS, Bill earned an Ed.M. in Education Policy and Management at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and worked for five years as the Research and Communications Coordinator for the Anti-Defamation League's Education Division. A passion for equitable educational opportunity and a desire to be part of a team that delivers high-quality education to students in an open-admissions BPS school drives his work, and he draws crucial inspiration from the works of Toni Morrison, Joe Strummer, James Baldwin, Tracy K. Smith, Bruce Springsteen, and the privilege of working with BPS students, families, and staff.
Monique DavisDirector of Alumni Relations and Placement
Monique Davis served as a recruiter for the Boston Teacher Residency (BTR) since the organization’s inception in 2003, recruiting talent on a local and national level and building relationships and cultivating partnerships. She currently oversees placement of BTR graduates in Boston schools and coordinates a network of over 250 alumni. Previously, Ms. Davis worked as an employment manager at the Home for Little Wanderers, a Boston-based non-profit human services organization. She has also worked for the Vinfen Corporation and the Boston Stock Exchange. Ms. Davis earned a BA in Finance and Accounting from Northeastern University and an Executive MBA from Dartmouth College in Minority Business.
Connie JacquaysInduction Coach, Elementary Literacy
Ms. Jacquays has worked in the field of education for 20 years, having spent many years as an elementary teacher and reading specialist/consultant. For the past ten years, she worked with the Boston Public Schools as a district-wide literacy coach, Vice Principal/Director of Instruction at the Ohrenberger Elementary School, and as a Response to Intervention (RTI) Curriculum Specialist at the Haley Pilot School. She has taught graduate classes at the University of Massachusetts and has worked as a literacy consultant for Tufts University.
Ivelisse Santos-RodriguezInstructional Coach for Science
Ivelisse is a BTR graduate (Cohort 2), who has taught high school science in Boston for the last 12 years, most recently at the Muniz Academy, a two-way bilingual high school. She has served as a BTR mentor, and directed a summer program for aspiring teachers of color for the last three years.
Glen ShermanBTR Elementary Math Coach
Glen Sherman provides mathematics coursework and instructional coaching for current BTR residents at DSNCS and ongoing coaching support to BTR graduates in their first year of elementary teaching in the Boston Public Schools. He began his own education career in BPS, where he spent ten years teaching third and fourth grade in two elementary schools in Fields Corner, served on a variety of instructional and math leadership teams, provided professional development at the school and district levels, and served as a mentor teacher in the BTR. For the last six years, he was a Math Coach in the Cambridge Public Schools, where he worked with both elementary and middle-school teachers to improve instruction and student outcomes. He has also served as adjunct faculty at Lesley University. His work his firmly rooted in the belief that all children have the potential to be powerful mathematical thinkers and problem solvers.
Lilly SiuDirector of Learning and Teaching, Elementary ELA
Lilly Siu, Ed.D, oversees ELA curricular decisions, professional development, and instructional coaching at the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School (DSNCS), and serves as the Language and Literacy methods instructor for the Boston Teacher Residency (BTR). Dr Siu holds a BA from the University of California, Berkeley, an MA from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an Ed.D from Harvard University. Her research interests include student engagement, social and emotional education, and critical theory and pedagogy. Dr Siu is a mother of three, a daughter of immigrants, and a native of San Francisco, California.
Brianna WilsonContinuous Improvement Coach
Brianna draws on insights from research and the practical knowledge, expertise, and innovations of teachesr to run continuous improvement projects with BPE teams and BTR grads. Brianna graduated from the Boston Teacher Residency in 2011 (Cohort 8) and Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2016 (Ed.M. Mind, Brain, and Education). She previously taught high school Humanities and ESL in BPS inclusion classrooms, and continues to support equitable, joyful, deeper learning for students through new designs for teacher learning.