New DCIU Administrator: Director, Teaching, Learning and Innovation

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The Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) Board of Directors, recently approved the appointment of Rosemary Bilinski as the new Director of Teaching, Learning and Innovation (TLI) Rosemary comes to DCIU from the Exeter Township School District in Reading, PA, where she is the Mathematics (K-12) and STEM Coordinator. She possesses a great deal of knowledge, skills and experience in education and DCIU is looking forward to benefitting from her expertise.

Rosemary is a transformational leader driving substantial shifts in professional development, teaching practices, curriculum, innovative instructional methodologies, and personalized learning, improving student engagement and outcomes. She is a systems thinker skilled in gaining buy-in and collaboration, and building and leveraging strategic partnerships to achieve organizational goals. She has a deep knowledge of curriculum, the learning process, instructional design, and multiple content areas. Further, having seven years of district-level administrative and coaching experience, Rosemary is very knowledgeable about digital learning strategies, and is an articulate communicator skilled in influencing outcomes.

Rosemary received her Bachelor of Science degree from West Chester University, Master of Science in Education from Wilkes University and Master of Educational Leadership from Temple University. She also received her K-12 Principal Certification from Temple University. A lifelong learner, Rosemary has received several certifications and has taken numerous professional development courses, in the areas of STEM and literacy, just to name a few. She has also participated in a long list of conferences, as an attendee and a presenter.

Rosemary is a member of many professional associations, has served on numerous committees, designed and instructed a number of continuing professional education courses, and has presented on a wide variety of topics.
“I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead in collaborating with the DCIU team and the Delaware County Learning Community,” Rosemary stated. She will be taking the helm of DCIU’s newest department, TLI, on or about August 5.