Susan Stone’s area of expertise is children with learning disabilities and behavior problems. She has worked in inner cities and in state facilities for incarcerated adolescent offenders, and taught and consulted in suburban schools systems.
Stone has a Master’s Degree in Special Education and a Professional Degree in Advanced Studies in Administration and Supervision. She has devoted many years to volunteer activities with an array of community organizations and institutions in the region. She is a Board member as well as a member of the Community Connections Committee of United Way, and of the Women’s Initiative, a group focused on helping low income women and children.
She has also volunteered at the Community Soup Kitchen, where she is a member of the Board, and the West Hills School. Stone has also served on the Development Committee for AIDS Project New Haven, and has been a tutor and mentor for the New Haven Board of Education.