Karrie Miller, Education Director
814-371-5387 Ext. 8254
Karrie Miller is the Education Director of the DuBois New Story School. Karrie joined the New Story team 12 years ago as a Therapeutic Support Staff. Karrie moved on to teach Special Education before becoming the Education Director, spending her first 11 years at the Indiana School. Under her leadership, Karrie has expanded both the Indiana and DuBois New Story schools and developed a number of new programs geared towards meeting the students’ ever changing needs. Karrie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood and Special Education from Clarion University and Masters of Education degree in Persons with Exceptionalities from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
“It is a privilege and a pleasure to assist with creating New Stories with our students, staff and our families.”- Karrie Miller
Theresa Liddle, Assistant Education Director
814-371-5387 ext. 8256
Theresa Liddle has served as the Life Skills classroom teacher for students with Autism since 2009. Recently, she has been promoted to the Assistant Education Director for the DuBois School. Theresa is very active in the community and devotes her work life to exposing her students to experiences and opportunities in an effort to build skills that will benefit them as adults.
Jessie Anderson, Administrative Assistant
Susan Griffith, Regional Director of Education
Ph: (724) 463-5390 Ext. 233
Susan Griffith, M.Ed is the Regional Director of Education for New Story’s Western Region. She has 9 years of experience in Special Education, Curriculum and Instruction, and Leadership. She started with New Story in 2013 and has obtained Bachelors of Science- Elementary Education, Masters of Education- Special Education, Doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction. She is currently working on dissertation “ABD status”- All But Dissertation. Susan attended Michigan State University, Oakland University, and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
In her free time, Susan likes to spend time with her husband and two young children. They enjoy several extra-curricular activities throughout the week, including dance, gymnastics, and swim. She enjoys spending a lot of time with family. She is also actively working towards the completion of her dissertation, which is focused on autism support classrooms in public schools. She is an active member at the local YMCA, where she serves on the Board. Recently, she joined Leadership Indiana County, which is a course available to professionals in the community interested in growing in their leadership by organizing a large-scale community service project.
“My position allows me the freedom to think about operations and programming in a creative way, among a group of strong leaders who are focused on our students.” – Susan Griffith M.Ed