Erma Anderson Consulting
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Erma Anderson is a former high school physics and mathematics teacher of 30 years.  Currently, she is a science and mathematics consultant working with several schools and organizations in the United States and abroad. 

Ms. Anderson earned a B.S. in biology and mathematics from Shippensburg University, and M.S.T. in chemistry and mathematics from the College of William and Mary, and has done graduate work in physics through Marshall University and Pennsylvania State University.

Erma Anderson has been honored as a Christa McAuliffe Fellow with the National Foundation for the Improvement of Education.

In 2011, Ms. Anderson was the recipient of the Finis Engleman, NESA award.  Dr. Finis Engleman was an educator of international stature and a Founding Father of NESA.  NESA bestows this award on an educator whose "outstanding dedication and service to schools in the NESA region reflect the meritorious contributions of a man whose memory will always be special in the annals of NESA."  It is the highest honor the organization awards.



2011 Finis Engleman Award Ceremony held in Athens, Greece (October 2011)
NESA Executive Director David Chojnacki (left), and NESA Board President Kevin Schafer (TAISM-Muscat) present the award to Erma Anderson (second from left).  Also participating in the ceremony is Dr. Beatrice Cameron, Regional Education Officer, U.S. Department of State.

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