Susan Young M.Ed.

Susan Young M.Ed.

Educational Consultant

Susan Young is an educator with over twenty years of experience in education as teacher, assistant principal, principal, and state coordinator. As a high school teacher, she was chosen as the science teacher for a “school within a school,” focusing on at-risk students and was selected to participate in a research study focusing on vocabulary instruction with Robert Marzano, PhD. Following this, Susan served as an assistant principal focused on Curriculum and Instruction and elementary school principal. Among other duties, she developed and facilitated professional learning to the staff, worked with beginning teachers, developed the school master schedule, increased the Advanced Placement and Dual Credit offerings at the school, and mentored beginning administrators. At the state level, Susan worked in the Data Analysis and Research and Accountability Offices, providing professional learning to all school stakeholders and supporting school systems throughout West Virginia to ensure compliance with policies and school improvement. Susan is a two time Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) national conference presenter for her work with high school advisory programs and student involvement data. This work led Susan to provide professional learning to schools across the country and internationally with PowerSchool, Inc. Susan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological and General Science Education from the University of Charleston where she was honored to be the student teacher of the year and a Masters Degree in Leadership Studies from Marshall University.

Our mission is to provide a systematic approach to school improvement centered around building trusting relationships and supporting data driven decisions that meet the needs of our clients.
  • 465 Riverbend Blvd
    St Albans, West Virginia 25177
  • 304-550-9235


  • Master Scheduling
  • Strategic Planning
  • Data Disaggregation
  • Technology Integration
  • Virtual Professional Development
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Instructional Leadership
  • Program of Studies
  • School Diagnostic Reviews (A Needs Assessment for your School and District)
  • Create and Support High Functioning Collaborative Teams
  • Educational Leadership Support (Management and Instructional): School and District
  • Educational Facilities Planning Aligned to Your Curriculum Needs