Maribel Ewens

Phone: 571-252-2300

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Strayer University (Bachelors) Regent University (Masters - Current)

Maribel Ewens

    •CAMPUS Facilitator

    • Freshman Volleyball Coach

    • Volunteer Coach for Freshman Girls Basketball

       Education:

          • Bachelors: Strayer University

          • Masters in Education: Regent University

          • Fluent in Spanish

 

Hello Broad Run Family!

 

My name is Maribel Ewens. This is my second-year as a teacher at Broad Run. I will be working as a Learning Specialist and Co-teaching with the 9th grade English teachers Mr. Cassidy, Ms. Berman, and Ms. Coleman.  I have been a Paraprofessional for 20 years in Loudoun County and six of those years at Broad Run. There is no other place where I would rather be then Broad Run.  The dedicated educators that I have worked with in the past seven years have been an inspiration for me to pursue my dream as a teacher.

    I am retired from the United States Air Force and served my last assignment at the Pentagon before moving to Loudoun County. Being in the Air Force afforded me the opportunity to travel all over the world and meet many fantastic people. After retiring from the Air Force, I volunteered with the Loudoun County Chapter Red Cross for two years before becoming a substitute for Loudoun County.  I have a love for basketball.  As a former player at the collegiate level, I was selected to play in the 1983 Pan American Games in Venezuela for the Puerto Rican National Basketball Team. I have a 32 year old son Isaiah and soon to be a grandmother on November 11, 2019. I also have a dog name Hoops. I love spending time with my family and friends when not in school.

     I am one of the school facilitators for the College Achievement & Multicultural Program for Unique Students (CAMPUS). CAMPUS is an academic and college preparation program that provides support and encouragement to meet specific needs for first-generation college-bound students

 

 

I leave you with a famous quote from Maya Angelou:

 

"When you really pay attention, Everything is your teacher"