About Lynne & Rose
Lynne R. Dorfman Rose Cappelli
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Lynne Dorfman currently works as an educational consultant. For more than 30 years she taught in Upper Moreland School District in many capacities, most recently as a literacy coach. She is a Co-director of the Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project and a 1989 Writing Project fellow. Lynne has a B.A. in Elementary Education from Beaver College, an M.A. in Elementary Education from Bloomsburg University, and a Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University. Lynne also holds a Reading Specialist Certification from La Salle University. She is active in the Keystone State Reading Association and is on the board of the Chester County Reading Association. She also is President-Elect of the Eta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa.
Rose Cappelli recently retired as a reading specialist from the West Chester Area School District and is now working as a literacy consultant. Rose holds an undergraduate degree in Teaching of the Hearing Impaired from the Pennsylvania State University, an M.A. in Reading from West Chester University, and has completed additional post-graduate work at West Chester University and Immaculata University. She is a 1996 Fellow of the PA Writing and Literature Project and currently serves the Project as a course coordinator and teacher consultant. She is active in the Keystone State Reading Association where she will serve as the 2016-2017 President, and is on the board of the Chester County Reading Association.
Lynne and Rose have conducted in-service workshops on various topics related to literacy learning for districts in many Pennsylvania counties and around the United States and Canada. They have presented at KSRA, NCTE, ILA, CCIRA, Wisconsin State Reading, Michigan State Reading, Literacy for All, and Reading Recovery Conferences.