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Anthony M. Peddle ’14, Ed.D., is a Leadership Intern (LI) for Columbus City Schools. The Leadership Intern program develops the next generation of school and district leaders. Presently, Peddle is the LI at Avondale Elementary School.
During his tenure in CCS, he has taught first grade, kindergarten, prekindergarten and special needs preschool. Prior to joining CCS, Peddle was an Early Childhood Development Specialist in the NICU and CTICUs at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and an Early Intervention Specialist with the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Peddle graduated from Ashland University in 2020, and 2017 with his Doctorate and Master’s in Education, respectively. Peddle’s academic work focuses on trauma informed classrooms and practices, teachers’ secondary traumatic stress, teachers’ ACEs and the organizational development surrounding an organizations’ climates. Peddle has presented this research at the OAEYC, NAEYC and UCEA International Expos and Conferences over the course of the last several years.
Anthony is happy to connect with students and alumni interested in careers in Education or Leadership; and any students interested in graduate school.
- Speaking with a student virtually or on the phone
- Presenting to a class in-person/virtually
- Presenting to a student organization
- Conducting a virtual webinar
- Mentoring a student
- Serving as a resume-reviewer for OWU students and/or Alumni
- Participating in OWU events such as speed networking, mock interviewing, panels, etc.
Anthony was a Early Childhood Education major at OWU as well as a member of the Chi Phi Fraternity, the Swimming and Diving team, an inaugural LEAD Fellow, Orientation (Leader and Team Leader-Education Director); Service Learning Office; and Senior Class President (2014). Currently Anthony serves on the Alumni Association Board of Directors, and co-chairs the Student and Alumni Relations Committee.