Bethany LeMoyne, Vice President of Product Development
Bethany LeMoyne is the vice president of product development with Insight Education Group. In this role, she partners with clients to provide targeted support on educator effectiveness and strategic planning initiatives.
Prior to joining Insight, Bethany worked with the Georgia Department of Education in the division of teacher and leader effectiveness. In her role as an evaluation specialist, she supported schools and districts across the state in their implementation of their educator effectiveness systems. In particular, she helped schools and districts provide meaningful feedback and professional learning, increase inter-rater reliability among evaluators, and develop measures to assess student growth.
Bethany’s career in education began as an English language arts teacher in New York. She then went on to serve as an instructor at the State University of New York College at Geneseo teaching pre-service teachers and graduate students. While working at SUNY Geneseo, she facilitated courses in childhood and adolescent literacy and educational technology, while also supporting student teachers.
In her extensive career in education, Bethany also served as director of curriculum and instruction for the Warsaw Central School District in western New York. There she developed and facilitated professional learning and curriculum development opportunities with significant emphasis on standards-based and data-driven instruction, balanced literacy, and assessment development.
She believes students grow and achieve when nurtured by passionate, effective teachers and leaders who inspire and challenge them. She is committed to helping educators foster student growth through collaboration, high-quality professional learning, and resources that leverage their craft.
Bethany earned her B.A. in English and secondary education as well as her MS.Ed. in literacy (N-12 certification) from the State University of New York College at Geneseo. She also studied educational leadership at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts earning certifications as both a school building and school district leader.