Dana Reinhardt, M.ED.
Ms. Reinhardt began her career as an elementary school educator and built on that experience as a consultant and advocate. She joined Loyola University Maryland in 2007 and while there, worked as clinical faculty, professional development coordinator, and director of literacy programs at both the Loyola Clinical Centers and at the School of Education during her ten-year tenure.
Most recently, Ms. Reinhardt served as a director and data analyst at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education. There, she designed and implemented assessment and accreditation programs within the school and represented Johns Hopkins by participating in several local and national organizations and accrediting agencies. Personally, she is a passionate advocate for children with special needs and language-based disorders. When asked about her new position, she states “I’m looking forward to advancing the great work HASA and Gateway School have done to positively impact the lives of students, clients, families, and community.”
Ms. Reinhardt holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Gettysburg College and a Master of Education with a concentration in literacy from the Loyola University of Maryland. She has advanced professional teaching certifications in elementary education, special education, early childhood education, and as a reading specialist. She resides in Baltimore County with her husband and three daughters.