Gerri Fleming

Gerri Fleming began her career as a high school history teacher in New York City. After moving to Connecticut and starting a family, she opened a special education advocacy practice representing students with disabilities. She is a graduate of SEAT, a year-long USDOE-funded program in special education law and advocacy.

Gerri consultants with parents of children who are applying to college or who are already enrolled. She will soon finish her master’s degree in Disability Services in Higher Education.

Gerri Fleming

Gerri Fleming began her career as a high school history teacher in New York City. After moving to Connecticut and starting a family, she opened a special education advocacy practice representing students with disabilities. She is a graduate of SEAT, a year-long USDOE-funded program in special education law and advocacy.

Gerri consultants with parents of children who are applying to college or who are already enrolled. She will soon finish her master’s degree in Disability Services in Higher Education.

Gerri Fleming

Gerri Fleming began her career as a high school history teacher in New York City. After moving to Connecticut and starting a family, she opened a special education advocacy practice representing students with disabilities. She is a graduate of SEAT, a year-long USDOE-funded program in special education law and advocacy.

Gerri consultants with parents of children who are applying to college or who are already enrolled. She will soon finish her master’s degree in Disability Services in Higher Education.