Christine Igoe has a strong focus on meeting the needs of all learners. After receiving her bachelors and masters degrees from Northern Illinois University, she received her doctorate in educational leadership from Aurora University. As a special educator, Dr. Igoe spent time as a classroom teacher, building and district leader in a diverse set of school districts in the Chicagoland area. In 2014, Dr. Igoe joined the leadership team in Naperville Community Unit School District 203 as the Assistant Superintendent of Student Services. She has successfully co-developed and facilitated the social and emotional learning initiative impacting over 17,000 students in her district. Dr. Igoe has spent her career serving students and families to ensure success for all students. Her commitment to the social and emotional growth of students led to the implementation of a comprehensive implementation plan with positive effects community wide.
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