Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse

Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse
Staff, Faculty
Program (What area of CES): 
Professional Development, Licensure
Director of Licensure and Credentialing
413.586.4900 x5942

Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse is the Director of Licensure & Credentialing at the Collaborative for Educational Services. She has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of New Hampshire, a Master's Degree in Technology Integration from Marlboro College Graduate School and a Social Media Certificate from Drury University (Missouri). Suzanne oversees the Teacher Licensure and Administrative Leadership programs at CES in addition to her role as Site Coordinator for Reading Recovery in Western Massachusetts. She is also a co-leader of the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Team of the Diverse Teacher Workforce Coalition. The Coalition includes four school districts in Western Massachusetts as well as multiple community partners and supports black and Latinx paraprofessionals to become licensed educators. The DEI Team focuses on working with district and school administrators to support paraprofessionals in this process.  

In addition to her work in educator licensure, Suzanne is part of the ISTE Certification Team at CES. Working closely with Casey Daigle, she co-leads the ISTE Certification throughout New England. This blended course is part of the ISTE Certification process which focuses on the use of educational technology for learning in meaningful and transformative ways.

Suzanne's interests lie in the fields of blended learning, technology integration in K-12 schools, makerspaces and creativity in education, games and gamification, and adult pedagogy. She has facilitated workshops and professional learning communities in history, literacy, K-12 libraries, and technology integration. Prior to coming to CES, she worked in museum exhibit development and education.