Carol Mayo became Supervisor of the Migrant Education Program with the Hillsborough County Public School District in June of 2013. She has been an educator for 27 years, all of them with HCPS. Prior to becoming supervisor, she was a Kindergarten teacher, English for Language Learners resource teacher, district resource teacher, science/technology resource teacher and assistant principal. She received her education at the University of Florida where she graduated with a Master’s degree in Early Childhood with a specialization in Early Childhood. She then went on to receive her Educational Specialist degree in Leadership from National Luis University.
Patricia Meyertholen joined OME in June of 2010, bringing with her over twenty years-experience working with the Migrant Education Program (MEP). Prior to joining the Department, Ms. Meyertholen did just about everything related to the MEP, including working for the MEP at the Texas Education Agency for 15 years, directing a 17-state consortium grant for migrant secondary aged out-of-school youth, and working for the Indiana MEP as a recruiter, tutor, program evaluator, and assistant director. Before working in the Indiana MEP, Pat taught high school Math and Spanish for a number of years in Indiana, California, and Louisiana. Ms. Meyertholen received a B.A. in Secondary Education from Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, and an M.A. in Spanish Literature from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Currently, Pat serves as the Group Leader for the MEP.
Michelle Williams serves as the Special Populations Unit Manager with the Michigan Department of Education, overseeing English Learner, Migrant Education, Immigrant, Homeless, Neglected and Delinquent, and At-risk programs. She joined the department after 10 years of teaching and leading in schools and districts as a classroom teacher, principal, and central office program administrator.