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Moldavia Almalda Rosalie McAlpine

Title: Chairperson of Mathematics Department and Teacher
Company: Greater New York Academy
Location: New York, New York, United States

Moldavia Almalda Rosalie McAlpine, chairperson and teacher of the Greater New York Academy mathematics department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mathematics education.

With 24 years of experience to her credit, Ms. McAlpine has excelled as a mathematics teacher and chairperson of the mathematics department of the Greater New York Academy since 2010. Previously, she served as a principal and math teacher at multiple schools in Florida and New York. She immigrated to the United States in 1985. Before embarking on her professional path, she pursued an education at the Northern Caribbean University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science. She concluded her studies at Angus University as a member of the American Angus Association, graduating with a Master of Arts.  

In addition to her primary vocation, Ms. McAlpine remains affiliated with various organizations in relation to her areas of expertise. She was a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. In light of her impressive undertakings, she has accrued several accolades throughout her career. She was recognized for Distinction in Teaching Practicum and was presented with a Teacher of the Year Award from the Greater New York Academy and an award from the Greater New York Conference.

Beyond her responsibilities within the field, Ms. McAlpine has participated in numerous endeavors outside of her professional circles. She volunteered as a remediation program teacher since 1987. She attributes her success to her first math teacher, from whom she received a solid foundation in mathematics. She also cites her strong reasoning, analytical thinking, and problem-solving skills as contributors to her success.

Across the span of her illustrious career, Ms. McAlpine believes her most notable highlight was facilitating an academic opportunity for her 11th-grade students to take pre-calculus courses at City University. They received six to eight credits towards their high school graduation, and some students who achieved an A+ average were eligible for a fully funded university education without any tuition fees. In the immediate future, she intends to continue her career as a teacher.

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