Elizabeth G. Hall, M.A., Director of Primary Training Emeritus, holds AMI diplomas for the 0-3, 3-6, and 6-12 age levels. She has over 25 years’ experience training teachers in the U.S. and Australia and has trained over 60 Taiwanese students during her previous courses in Denver. She has Montessori teaching and administration experience in both the public and private sector. She is qualified as an AMI examiner, school consultant, an international seminar presenter and also serves as an adjunct faculty member of Loyola Univeristy in Maryland.
Judith A. Orion, M.A., Co-Director of Training for Assistants to Infancy, holds the AMI Primary (3-6) diploma and received her Assistants to Infancy (0-3) diploma at the first AMI training for that level, given in Rome. Judi has conducted Primary and Infancy Montessori classes and is a trainer, examiner, and consultant at both levels. She conducts teacher training internationally and is a national and international seminar presenter at Montessori conferences. Judi is an adjunct faculty member of Loyola University in Maryland.
Karey M. Lontz, M.A., Co-Director of Training for Assistants to Infancy, holds AMI diplomas for the 0-3 and 3-6 levels. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising from The University of Georgia and a Masters in Education from Loyola College. She has been working in the Montessori community since 1998. She has Montessori teaching and administration experience in private schools, early head start, and AMI teacher training. In addition to her administrative and training work, Karey is in regular contact with local and international Montessori schools for teachers, assistants and administration workshops, trainings, and evaluations. She is qualified as an AMI examiner and international trainer.