Dr. Connie Dewey is a retired educator and public school administrator. She taught secondary mathematics for sixteen years and served as middle school principal for eight years. She currently works as a College Supervisor for pre-service teachers at Wilson College in Chambersburg. She volunteers with Franklin County Special Olympics as the athlete leadership team mentor and coaches several sports. In addition she serves on her church’s pastoral council, food pantry team, and is a nursing home communion minister. She has extensive experience working to support students and athletes with intellectual disabilities.

Dr. Dewey lived most of her life in Missouri and Texas, then moved to Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in 2016. She is a 1991 graduate of the University of Texas where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. Her education also includes a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Southwest Baptist University (1998), an Educational Specialist’s degree in School Administration from the University of Missouri (2008), and a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Saint Louis University (2012).

Dr. Dewey and her husband, Dennis, are the proud parents of two daughters, Leanna and Emily, their son-in-law, Mark and their precious granddaughter, Sophie. Her life’s passion has been to support her family, especially Leanna who has an intellectual disability. She enjoys spending time with her husband and family, babysitting her granddaughter, exercising and reading.