Since beginning her career at Landmark College in 1992, Resident Dean Ellen Wood has shared her love of sports and learning. She coaches and teaches softball, basketball, and volleyball and has developed essential P.E. curricula to expose non-traditional students to the fundamentals of sports, the benefits of walking for health, and the love of snowshoeing in the winter. Ellen has her M.Ed. from Antioch University New England’s Experienced Educators Master’s program with a certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders. She also has a B.S. in Communications from Lyndon State College where she played on the soccer and basketball teams and studied coaching in preparation for a career of being an athletic coach.
In addition to her roles as resident dean and teaching in the PE department, she also teaches communications and group advising courses. Ellen was MVP of her high school volleyball team, a member of the NH state championship team her senior year, and winner of the "I Love to Practice" award.
M.Ed., Experienced Educators Master’s program, Antioch University New England (including a certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders)
B.S., Communications, Lyndon State College