Georgia Teachers of English to
Speakers of Other Languages
Dr. Ariana Magee
Georgia Department of Education Liaison to the Board
Dr. Ariana Magee is a Title III Professional Learning Specialist with the Georgia State Department of Education. As a professional learning specialist, she designs, delivers, and coordinates statewide EL-focused professional learning to school systems throughout the state of Georgia. With more than fourteen years of teaching experience, the last seven of which have been exclusively with English Language Learners, she has worked in a variety of educational settings and with varying age groups as a science teacher.
Cherrilynn Woods Washington, Ed.D.
Past GATESOL President
Southeast Regional Representative
SETESOL Conference Chair and Liaison to the Board
Dr. Cherrilynn Woods Washington has been an educator for 21 years, working in a variety of educational settings with diverse groups of learners and cultures. She has a B.S. in Home Economics with a concentration in Child Development, a M.S in Elementary Education, and Ed. D. in Teacher Leadership. Cherrilynn has taught Kindergarten, fourth, fifth grades and GED classes in the Atlanta Public School System. Presently, she is an itinerant ESOL teacher providing ESOL curriculum support for four elementary schools in the South Atlanta and Carver Clusters. Her work with adults includes teaching online educational classes from Grand Canyon University, ELL professional development training, trained SIOP Coach and co-presenting with other ESOL and Mainstream colleagues with in and out of my school system. She is the retired Service Unit Director for Ben Hill Greater Atlanta Girl Scouts (21 years of service to girl scouts) and the President for GATESOL serving many roles on the board since 2007.
Cherrilynn has been a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. for 20 plus years serving in various roles as Hostess, Membership Chair, Graduate Advisor Council, Pan-Hel Rep, Corresponding Secretary, Nominating Committee Chair, Presidents Assistant, and Leadership Logistic Captain, and Foundation Member. Some of her accomplishments include two wonderful boys, WIDA educator of the month, Teacher of the Year awards by George Alexander Towns Elementary School, Outstanding Volunteerism Award from the Ben Hill community, and the Mentor-Leader Award.
The Conferences Professional Council (CPC) of TESOL International selected Cherrilynn to be the PreK-12 Dream Day Team Leader for the 2019 TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo.