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Margaret Allen
Director, National Programs
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Nadia Burns
Sr. Administrative Specialist
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Christine Christopherson
ICM Curriculum Developer
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Toni Engle
Administrative Manager
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Toni Engle, Administrative Manager, joined the Institute for Court Management at the National Center for State Courts in October 2004.  She works on executive projects, contracts, budgets, administration and program oversight providing fiscal, administrative, program and executive support.  Ms. Engle previously worked as an Executive Secretary for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.  She attended National University in San Diego, CA while serving in the military.


Derek Felton
Multimedia Project Manager
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Toni Grainer
Education Specialist
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Toni Grainer is the Education Specialist for the Institute for Court Management. In this capacity, she develops and implements the education programs for the respective Midyear Meetings of the Conference of Chief Justices and the Conference of State Court Administrators; similarly she coordinates the planning and execution of their Joint Annual Meeting.  Toni also collaborates with the Council of Chief Judges of the State Courts of Appeal to design and implement the education program for their Annual Meeting. In addition to these responsibilities, Toni works directly with the Dean of the ICM Fellows Program to design and execute the Presentation Phase of ICM’s rigorous professional certification program. Toni comes to the National Center for State Courts having served many years as a corporate and association professional meeting planner as well as project directors of both state and local initiatives. Prior to coming to NCSC, she served as the Project Director for a three-year project with Virginia’s Governors Office for Substance Abuse Prevention helping to develop and deliver curricula and provide statewide technical assistance. Toni is a graduate of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.


Linda Hardy
Conference & Meeting Planner
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Linda Hardy, is the Conference and Meeting Planner/Registrar with the Institute for Court Management. She assists with the coordination of ICM’s national, partnership, and distance learning certification programs. In addition, Ms. Hardy provides administrative support to the ICM curriculum developer to build professional faculty guides to assist faculty in delivering courses and creates participant guides for ICM courses. She has provided administrative support for more than thirty years’ for executives working in the architectural/engineering, insurance, educational, and financial fields. She officially joined the National Center for State Courts in March 2001.

Lynn Kuderka
Instructional Technology and Media Specialist
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Lynn Kuderka joined the Institute for Court Management in 2011 after working for Princeton University, where she had a range of responsibilities including updating database applications, revising website information, conducting Fulbright information sessions, uploading course materials to Blackboard and formatting documents for publication.

Lynn works primarily with the Instructional Technology and Online Education program providing support for online courses, website updates, multi-media production, room presentation functions and educational webinars.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies and News Journalism from Rider University with a certificate in Public Relations.


Amy McDowell
Education Program Manager
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Amy McDowell joined the National Center for State Courts in 2007. She is an Education Program Manager with the Institute for Court Management, responsible for managing and coordinating the ICM Fellows Program and serving as faculty for ICM’s national and partnership courses. Amy is co-Director of the Election Law Program, a joint program with the College of William and Mary, and serves as an Editor of Judicial Education and Training, the journal of the International Organization for Judicial Training. She holds a J.D. from the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law; a M.P.A. from Old Dominion University; and a B.A. from the College of William and Mary. Additionally, she is an active member of the Virginia State Bar, as well as an adjunct faculty member with the College of Business and Public Administration at Old Dominion University, where she is completing Ph.D. studies. Amy is a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management.

 


Emily Montalvo
Multimedia Production Assistant
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Wes Poole
Media Development Manager
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Wes Poole is our Media Development Manager at the Institute for Court Management of the National Center for State Courts. He is responsible for the effective use of AV systems in support of eLearning programs and train and direct staff in functional usage and capabilities of the presentation systems.  In addition provides recommendations on platforms, software and hardware for grants and consulting work as well as assisting with the development and design of promotional materials for eLearning programs.

Wes comes to the National Center having served the Distance Learning Program on the campus of Liberty University. While there, he produced several on-air, video, and web related programs using several graphic, audio and animation programs such as Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Audition, Dreamweaver and others. Wes recently received his M.S. in Multimedia Technology from Duquesne University located in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania and prior to his arrival at the National Center completed his B.S. in Media Graphic Communications from Liberty University.


Chelsea Woodall
Director, Creative Learning Services
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Chelsea Woodall is the Director of Instructional Technology and Online Education the National Center for State Courts’ educational division, the Institute for Court Management. She creates enterprise-wide learning solutions for courts, nonprofits, higher education, and private-sector companies. She became director of instructional technology and online education at the National Center for State Courts in 2013, where she reinvented the e-learning division and guides its rapid growth. She speaks regularly at industry conferences on about best practices and effective instructional design techniques. She holds a B.A. in English Literature and Language from The College of William & Mary.