Mary ellen baker

Mary ellen baker

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Ms. Mary E. Baker is the Executive Vice President and Head of Business Services at Citizens Financial Group, Inc. (Rhode Island), as well as a Partner at the Rhode Island Hospital Foundation. She is a member of Foster Forward’s Board of Directors. Ms. Baker previously worked for Bank of America Corp. as a Head-Enterprise Resiliency & Corporate Services and The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. as an Executive Vice President-Enterprise Services. Western Michigan University was where she earned her bachelor’s degree.

Mary ellen baker

Hello, and welcome to first grade! Mrs. Mary Ellen Baker here, and I am ecstatic to be your child’s teacher this year! It’s going to be an exciting year full of new experiences and resources for learning. I grew up in Florence, attended South Florence High School, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education from Coker College. This is my seventh year of teaching, and I am certain that it will be a memorable one! This school year, I am looking forward to all of the learning and fun that will take place in First Grade! I believe that communication between home and school is critical to your child’s education, particularly now that virtual learning is more prevalent than ever. If you have any questions, worries, comments, or joys to share, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

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Mary Ellen Baker was born on June 3, 1931 in Chattanooga, Tennessee to the late Garnett and Hazel Baker and has lived in the Rossville, GA area her entire life. She graduated from Rossville High School in 1949 and went on to work as a data processor for Hensley-Schmidt Engineering in Chattanooga. For over 50 years, Mary Ellen was a member of the Simpson United Methodist Church in Rossville, as well as the Rossville High School Alumni Association.

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