The Carmody School Faculty

Amy Clark - Monmouth University, B.S., Elementary and Special Education, N.J. Certifications: Teacher of N-3rd grade, Elementary Teacher K-8th grade, Teacher of the Handicapped (birth-21years of age), Active member of International Dyslexia Association and National Association of Special Education Teachers. Jayne Carmody School Appointed 2011

Natalie Diehl - St. Elizabeth’s College, B.A. Double Major: Elementary Education and Psychology Concentration: Special Education N.J. Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing Elementary Teacher, K-8 N.J. Standard Teacher of the Handicapped, Permanent Passed NTE in Elementary Education. Wilson Reading System Certified. Active member of International Dyslexia Association. Director of Student Services; Jayne Carmody School Appointed 2007

Lorraine McEvoy - Kean University, B.A.; Long Island University, M.A.; Monmouth University, M.A.T. Ed, N.J. Certifications: Orton Gillingham instructor and International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC). Active member of International Dyslexia Association. Jayne Carmody School Appointed 2013

Shayne McKinsey - Boston University, B.A in Psychology.; Fordham University, M.S. in Educational Psychology & Ph.D.; School Psychology; School Psychologist Appointed 2015

Jessica Murphy - Montclair State University, B.A. in Family and Childhood Studies with a concentration in Early and Middle Childhood Education and concentration in Mathematics, Georgian Court University, N.J. certification: Teacher of Students with Disabilities, Jayne Carmody School, Math Appointed 2015

Marilyn Snider - New Jersey City University, B.A., Special Education, Monmouth University, MS. Ed., N.J. Certifications: Reading Specialist and Supervisor, Jayne Carmody School. Appointed 2008

Natalie Diehl
Director of Student Services

Born and raised in Summit, New Jersey, Natalie earned her B.A. in Special Education, Elementary Education and Psychology from the College of St. Elizabeth. She is currently working toward her M.S.Ed. degree at Monmouth University as a Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant (LDTC), with an anticipated completion in May 2016.

Natalie began her teaching career in 2003 at the Winston School in Short Hills, a school for children with learning differences, where she worked for four years. She moved to Monmouth County in 2007 where she was recommended by the Winston School’s head to assist in the creation of the Jayne S. Carmody School. During the past eight years, Mrs. Diehl has seen the Carmody School grow from only seven students to the full-fledged program it is today.

Natalie currently resides in Middletown, New Jersey with her husband, son, and daughter.

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