Hadley Bachman is a Program Manager, Community Development at the Center on Education and Training for Employment, where she supports, develops and advances the Ohio Statewide Family Engagement Center in terms of training development, program promotion, research support and community relationships. She is also currently pursuing her PhD in Educational Studies, Educational Administration at the Ohio State University. She also earned her Teacher-Leader Endorsement (2016) and Master of Education (2005) from OSU and her Bachelor of Arts in English (2003) from Goshen College.
Hadley has 14 years of experience serving in a number of school-based roles, including the Dean of Middle Grades at Graham Elementary and Middle School, as well as an English teacher, an Instructional Coach, and Resident Educator Program Coordinator. She participated in the OSU/Royal Shakespeare Company cohort during 2013-2014, traveling to Stratford-Upon-Avon to learn performance-based techniques to teaching Shakespeare. She served as a Curriculum Design Consultant for EL Education as part of their highly-acclaimed Common Core curriculum project, EngageNY, adopted by the state of New York.
Hadley started her career as an English teacher while serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Republic of Cabo Verde, West Africa. When she’s not working, Hadley can be found adventuring outdoors with her husband, daughter, and dog.