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Nooha Ahmed-Lee

Nooha Ahmed-Lee has worked in education for 26 years. She earned a Bachelor’s in Education from the University of Washington, a Master’s in Education at the City University of New York and a Doctorate in Leadership and Professional Education at the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked at the Philadelphia School, Chestnut Hill Academy, and William Penn Charter School as both a teacher and administrator for grades pre-K through 8. Dr. Ahmed-Lee is currently the Head of Lower and Middle Schools at the Shipley School. Throughout her years in education, she has particularly focused on learning and the brain.

"I enjoy teaching because it gives me an opportunity to help each student succeed. I enjoy teaching online because it reminds me that I am a 21st-century life-long learner."

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