About Valerie

Valerie Pomeroy, M.Ed.\

Valerie Pomeroy

Valerie Pomeroy, M.Ed.

Valerie Pomeroy, M.Ed is a Connecticut native, certified special education teacher (165), and educational advocate with 10 years of experience working with children with special needs. She has serviced a variety of student population from ages 3-21 with a wide range of exceptionalities including but not limited to: Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Other Health Impairments (OHI), Learning Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, and Emotional Disturbance (ED). Ms. Pomeroy has experience working with students with varying levels of support needs and has spent the majority of her time in the education system as a case manager for students with high support needs, with a special focus on students with level three autism who required significant support in the areas of communication, emotional regulation, and academics. 

Valerie graduated from the University of Saint Joseph with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Special Education. It is here Valerie discovered her passion for advocacy. Ms. Pomeroy has worked in a variety of settings including therapeutic outplacements, self-contained classrooms, and inclusion settings. Ms. Pomeroy is focused on connecting with families and ensuring their child is able to reach their full potential in the best education setting possible. 

Ms. Pomeroy completed her Masters of Education (M.Ed) from American University (DC) in Education Policy and Leadership, where the majority of her academic work focused on students with disabilities and their educational rights under policies such as IDEA and FAPE.