Personal and Social Coordinator, EAGLES Program
Short BioEmmaree Wilson, Ed S. is the Social and Personal Instruction Coordinator for the EAGLES Program at Auburn University.
Wilson, a former special education teacher at Opelika High School and a graduate of the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling at Auburn University, has a passion for creating, implementing, and monitoring the progress of individualized transition goals for students, while promoting diversity and inclusion. She is most excited about working directly with EAGLES students and facilitating programmatic initiatives that advance the personal and social development of each student.
Wilson first became an Auburn University student in 2013, following in the footsteps of her mom and two older sisters. She has continued to be a lifelong learner and further her education at this institution ever since. During her tenure at Opelika High School, she also served as the head cheerleading coach where she helped students develop athletically as well as socially.
She is excited to use these past experiences and her collaborative spirit to implement programs, strategies, and skills to form even more meaningful partnerships across campus, and help our EAGLES achieve successful community integration upon graduation.
Ed.S. in Administration of K-12, 2022, Auburn University
M.Ed. in Collaborative Special Education, 2018, Auburn University
B.S. in Collaborative Special Education, 2017, Auburn University
2022 - Present
Personal and Social Instruction Coordinator, EAGLES Program, Auburn University
2017 - 2022
Special Education Teacher, Opelika City Schools, Opelika, AL