Chief guardian and spokesperson of United Through Reading, CEO Dr. Sally Ann Zoll shares how the organization is finding ways to support connections during COVID-19. In this episode hear more about their new initiative Readiness 365 that uses reading to bolster family readiness.
This podcast has been made possible thanks to the generous support provided by Fort Wainwright Community Spouses’ Club.
Post about incorporating UTR in the school year: https://unitedthroughreading.org/5-techniques-to-incorporate-united-through-reading-in-school-days/
UTR articles with book recommendations and reading tips here: https://unitedthroughreading.org/category/reading-recommendations/
Information on READiness365 is on our website as well: https://unitedthroughreading.org/r365/
To listen to our other MCEC podcast with United Through Reading Molly Haskin from our pilot year check this out. Significance of Literacy for Military Kids with United Through Reading and Renee Bostick
As the multifaceted leader of United Through Reading, Sally serves as the chief guardian and spokesperson for the organization’s vision and mission, builds and sustains relationships with stakeholders and partners, and leads programs, finances, and internal team. In her distinguished career, Sally’s values for education are always evident.
Sally has a doctorate in educational leadership and management, a master’s degree in special education from the University of San Diego, and a BA in elementary education from Purdue University. From her first position as an elementary school teacher to her present leadership role, Sally has integrated her knowledge of education and educational technology with her talents for building and leading organizations of all sizes in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Sally is an Army spouse of more than 30 years and her son, an Army reservist, has served in Iraq and Afghanistan. https://unitedthroughreading.org/staff/sally-ann-zoll-ed-d/