Charlotte Chambliss is an experienced instructor in both AP Art History and AP Studio Art, Charlotte served as Faculty Reader, Table Leader, and Question Leader at the ETS/College Board reading from 2000-2014. A consultant for the College Board since 2002, Charlotte has presented a variety of workshops on AP topics for several state and national school districts; at the National and State Art Education Conventions; and at One-Day College Board workshops and AP Summer Institutes across the country and abroad. Charlotte has been a member of the Studio Art Test Development Committee and has written numerous reviews, lessons and curricula for the Studio Art Program. Charlotte was a part of the College Board National Leader Program for Consultant Training and Endorsement, and continues as a Mentor in the Mentor/Mentee Consultant Development Program. Charlotte was responsible for the development of the AP Art History and Studio Art: 2-D Design and 3-D Design classes at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Texas. She currently teaches Studio Art, AP Studio Art and AP Art History at the Episcopal School of Dallas.
You can e-mail Charlotte Chambliss at firstname.lastname@example.org