Marlo received her Bachelor’s of Science degree from Coppin State University and Masters of Teaching and Administration from Loyola University. As an adjunct professor, she teaches the “Working with Families of Students with Disabilities” course at Towson University. In her most recent position, she served as a Parent Coordinator for Baltimore County Schools -Birth to Five office. In this position she encouraged, empowered and gave support to families of children with disabilities. As a Professional Development Facilitator she has trained and mentored teachers on literacy for Johns Hopkins University and Howard County Public Schools. In her position as Educational Specialist for the Maryland State Department of Education she worked in Title I schools, early childhood and special education. She is thankful for her years of teaching for Baltimore City and Baltimore County Public School Systems because it allowed her to impact so many children and families. She is a relationship builder and believes ALL children, can achieve. However, she is most proud of her role as wife for over 20 years and mother of her three children, one who has autism and another with learning disabilities.