Kimberly Fraser's administrative experience includes leadership and supervision of special education in a K-12 capacity. Prior to moving into administration, she worked as a teacher on assignment supporting staff and IEP teams at the middle school level. She has also held regular education teaching assignments at the elementary and middle levels as well as special education teaching assignments at the middle and high school levels
Fraser earned her M.Ed. in Special Education from McDaniel College and B.A. in Elementary Education from the College of Notre Dame in Maryland. She has completed additional coursework at the graduate level at the University of Pittsburgh and holds certifications in the following areas: Supervisor of Special Education, Special Education N-12, Elementary Education K-6, English 7 -12, Mid-Level Mathematics 7-9, Mid-Level Science 7-9, and Mid-Level Social Studies 7- 9.
Debra Lubowicki is the Supervisor of Special Education (Elementary) for Lower Merion School District. Prior to beginning her career with the District in 1997, Lubowicki was the Director of Special Education for Pottstown School District, principal of Martin Luther Silver Springs School, an Approved Private School (APS) for children with emotional and mental health concerns, an adjunct professor for Arcadia University, as well as a teacher and a liaison for children in an APS that was run by Lehigh University.
Lubowicki earned her undergraduate and graduate degree in education and special education at Trenton State College. She obtained her Supervisory Certificate in Special Education, her Principals Certificate and her Educational Specialist Degree from Leigh University.
Rich Marta is the Supervisor of K-12 Counseling, Testing and Holistic Support for Lower Merion School District. His responsibilities include supervising the District's guidance counselors, the holistic supports of students as well as supervising the K-12 testing program. Before coming to Lower Merion, Marta served for 14 years in the Lower Moreland Township School District as supervisor of Guidance Services and Nurses, Assessment Coordinator and as a middle school and high school counselor. He has also worked as an elementary, middle and high school counselor in the Wissahickon School District, Cheltenham School District and Montgomery County Intermediate Unit
Prior to his work in public education, Marta served for more than 12 years in higher education at different levels of college admissions at La Salle University and Temple University. He has also worked at Temple University as an academic advisor and career development/co-op coordinator.
Marta holds his M.Ed from Temple University and B.A in English & Communication Arts from La Salle University. He earned his supervisory certificate from Villanova University and is trained to train school counselors through the College Board's National Office of School Counselor Advocacy. He maintains numerous professional memberships in school counseling, gifted education and school leadership.
Terry Quinlan joined the Lower Merion School District as a School Nurse in 1990. Prior to becoming a nurse in the school setting, Quinlan worked in medical surgical nursing, mental health and health care administration in a variety of health care settings, as well as in the Philadelphia School District. Quinlan is a registered nurse and has a Master of Arts Degree from LaSalle University in Bilingual/Bicultural Studies (Spanish) and a Master’s Degree in Education from Eastern University in School Health Services. Quinlan also holds Pennsylvania Certifications as an Education Specialist (CSN) and as a Supervisor of School Health Services and works closely with other members of the Student Services Team to address the holistic needs of students.
In her role as Supervisor of School Health Services, Quinlan provides support and assistance to school based teams in public and non-public schools regarding health issues and the routine and complex health needs of students. She supervises District nursing staff assigned to public, non-public and approved private schools. Quinlan is a liaison with county and state health departments and plans District-wide immunization and wellness programs for students and staff. Additionally, Quinlan has been Coordinator of the LMSD Wellness Council since 2004.
Quinlan has recently worked with the PA Department of Health to develop state guidelines for schools in PA regarding health issues, including life threatening food allergies. She has been a speaker on health issues to various state groups including the Pennsylvania Association of School Nurses and Practitioners, Safe Schools Conferences, Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials and Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Services Administrators. Quinlan has also participated in the development of various district and state wide webinars and staff development programs.
Alexandra Seherlis joined Lower Merion School District in 1992. Seherlis has extensive experience with students who have attendance concerns. She has worked collaboratively for many years with community resources and county-based agencies to offer support and interventions for students with non-attendance issues. Seherlis is the District's designated reporter for child abuse and neglect to the Montgomery County Office of Children & Youth, the District's homeless liaison, residency investigator and liaison for the cultural exchange program.
Seherlis grew up in the Philadelphia area. She graduated from Widener University with degrees in social work and psychology and continued at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Social Work where she obtained a Master’s Degree. She has conducted staff development workshops on topics such as child abuse and neglect, internet safety, school avoidance and drug abuse.