Diana Rehfeldt, MA & M.Ed, has played a role in educating youth and advocating for families in a multitude of ways. As a learning specialist at Georgetown Day School in Washington, DC, she proudly supports students with a wide range of learning profiles. She is certified as a Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner.
Prior to her Independent School experience, Diana taught grades K-5 as a special education teacher for the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS). In 2010-12, she facilitated professional development workshops for teachers seeking to enhance differentiated instruction in the general education classroom. Diana was recognized as a "highly effective teacher" two years in a row.
Her background in social science research has prepared her to make data informed decisions that best support the needs of students. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and Masters of Education from George Mason University. In 2008, Diana completed her master's thesis at the University of Chicago. Her research focused on the impact that shifting demographics has had on public school attendance.