In 2016, Phyllis Tuttle began her career with Lincoln Learning Solutions as a middle school health curriculum developer. The following year, she accepted a full-time position as a health teacher facilitator. Currently, she teaches Health, Middle School Nutrition and Personal Fitness, Human Development, and Family Studies courses.
Melissa Wolf teaches fifth and sixth grade core courses for Lincoln Learning Solutions. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Central Missouri and a master’s degree in special education at Slippery Rock University, and she is certified in elementary education.
With 14 years of teaching experience, Heather LiVorio has served as a dedicated science teacher facilitator at Lincoln Learning Solutions for more than six years. In her tenure at Lincoln Learning, she has taught a variety of courses, but currently she teaches Middle School Life Science, Middle School Earth Science, Middle School Physical Science, Environmental Science, Fundamentals of Ecology, and Family and Consumer Science.
For the past eight years, Julianne Brancadora has served as a German teacher and curriculum developer for Lincoln Learning Solutions. During her extensive teaching career, Julianne taught German, English as a second language, and music, and she was a fifth grade teacher in public and private brick-and-mortar schools.
Danyelle Roadman has been an art teacher facilitator at Lincoln Learning Solutions for five years. She teaches a range of K-12 art courses for Lincoln Learning, including Art Appreciation, Arts Alive, Art and Music Exploration, Art 4, and Art 5. Not only is she a valuable member of the instructional team, she also helps with curriculum projects when possible, creates top-notch curriculum and assessments, and writes informative social media blog posts for the organization.