Ryan Fedoroff, M.Ed: National Director of Education

NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION

Ryan Fedoroff, M.Ed

Ryan Fedoroff brings a decade of academic leadership and classroom experience to her role at Newport Academy. As an educator, she is passionate about working with high-risk adolescents. In addition, she is trained in restorative practices. Furthermore, Ryan works with the Marin County (California) Youth Court and is a member of various community organizations working to combat youth substance abuse.  Hence, Ryan develops educational and intervention programs to prevent teen mental health struggles and drug use.

Ryan works alongside clinicians to develop interventions to assist students dealing with anxiety, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, and depression. Also, Ryan collaborates with special education teams to create protocols for managing classroom challenges for students with ADD, ADHD, and other auditory processing and executive functioning deficits.

Her previous positions include Student Activities Director, Leadership Teacher, and mathematics teacher at Tamalpais Union High School District in Mill Valley, California. She also served as Secondary Summer School Principal, mathematics teacher, and Student Activities Director for the Novato (California) Unified School District.

Ryan lives in California with her husband, Gary, who also works for Newport Academy. They have three children, Rachael, Alexa, and Oliver.

Newport Academy…in her own words

“I strongly believe in Newport Academy’s approach. As a result, I see the benefits every day in the classroom. I have always felt frustrated by the lack of intervention on the part of schools to combat the substance abuse epidemic, and I am passionate about offering a safe, sober, recovery-centered environment in which my students can learn and thrive. Although the work we do can be challenging, it is incredibly rewarding to see our adolescents’ joy and investment in learning return and grow as they recover.”—Ryan Fedoroff

Select Achievements

  • Master of Arts degree in Education Administration from San Francisco State University
  • California Preliminary Administrative Services Credential from San Francisco State University
  • California Single-Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics from Dominican University of California
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of California at Davis