1. Carrie Eyberg
12119 Swepco Lake Rd.
Gentry, Ar. 72734
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Post Graduate Certiﬁcate, 2012
Master of Education, 2010
Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg State University
Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy, 1996
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, 1993
• Selected to return and present 1 (of 1 submitted) break out session in 2015 to a group of 50
teachers and administrators at national education conference in Dallas, Texas
• Selected to present 2 (of 2 submitted) break out sessions in 2014 to groups of approximately
45 teachers and administrators at national education conference in San Antonio, Texas
• Presented 3 day workshops for Effective Teaching and Learning as required training for state
of Oklahoma Department of Human Services/Developmental Disability Services Division
Gravette Public Schools: K-2 Resource Teacher. Designed individualized education for 100+
students, ensuring state and federal compliance and student achievement. Supervised staff and
classroom volunteers, scheduling for staff and students, employee and parental relations, use of
standardized data collection, analysis and application. Received all positive rankings on every
education evaluation. Served on District Character Education Committee. Elected to serve on
District Professional Policy Committee to represent the educators in the building I worked.
Broken Arrow Public Schools: Special Education Teacher. Designed individualized
education for 100+ students ensuring state and federal compliance and student achievement.
Supervised staff, scheduling for staff and students, employee and parental relations. Received
highest rankings on all evaluations. Worked with state program to transition students from early
childhood program to school program. Represented 80 teachers in professional organization.
Served on early childhood education team.
First Christian Church, Tulsa, Oklahoma: Summer Day Camp Program Manager. Planned
and implemented daily curriculum, schedule, organized all logistics and supervised weekly off
site activities and special events. Supervised and recruited staff. Parental and employee
TARC/OK-AIM: Field Coordinator. Recruit, train and supervise volunteers to complete 240+
monitoring visits throughout NE Oklahoma, analyze data, compile reports, report data to
Oklahoma DHS/DDSD leaders in quarterly meetings. Served at Shot in the Dark golf
tournaments and yearly volunteer banquets.
Effective Teaching and Learning, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Lead 3 day workshops for staff, agency
and state professionals. Train staff to teach behavioral intervention for individuals with
disabilities focusing on teaching skills. Work directly with individuals with disabilities teaching
2. skills to increase their engagement in the community. On call for emergency situations for
individuals exhibiting emergency behaviors that were a danger to themselves and/or others.
Oklahoma Department of Human Services/Developmental Disability Services Division
(DHS/DDSD), Tulsa, Oklahoma, Case Manager. Design individual service program for every
person on a caseload of 20 individuals with disabilities living in the community ensuring state
and federal compliance, as well as class action lawsuit guidelines. Monitored services provided,
completed monthly site visits, reports of service. Family and agency professional relations,
worked to solve problems in order to meet the needs of the individuals, responded to crisis
situations, led regular team meetings with every client’s team.
Sunset Manor, Frontenac Kansas. Activity Director. Schedule all recreation, leisure, social,
religious, holiday and special events for a 200 bed privately owned nursing facility. Supervised
staff. Recruited, trained, scheduled and supervised volunteers. Collected and analyzed data.
Budget, purchased supplies, sold items made by residents at fairs/events to supplement budget.
Organized large events for residents, their families, staff and their families several times a year.
Direct Sales Business Owner: Earned all fast start awards in the ﬁrst 3 months in business,
increased rank 3 times, lead a team of other business owners, member of a top national team.
Amazeum, Bentonville, Arkansas: Facilitate activities for children and their parents during
community events, promote the new museum, membership packages
OK-AIM, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Completed monitoring visits at service providers for the
Developmental Disabilities Service Division of the Department of Human Services, gathered
data, reported data back to OK-AIM Filed Coordinator
TARC, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Served as a volunteer advocate for adult woman with developmental
disabilities. Participated in her team meetings, assured her rights were protected, encouraged
her to participate to her maximum ability in her life decisions, assisted her in understanding the
services provided to her and her rights.
Technology skills: Microsoft Ofﬁce, Macintosh Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Google Blogger,
Google Drive, Wordpress, personal website building, basic Photoshop, Social Media: Twitter,
Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, ETSY. Education data base programs.
Awards: Selected to receive the Arkansas Support Network Reagan Excellence in Education
Award in 2013 after nomination by the parent of a student.