Geraldine Stevens
Director of Social Studies and World Languages Product Marketing

Geraldine Stevens has dedicated her entire career to HMH and its implementation efforts by creating correlations to state standards, writing custom publications, and designing district pacing guides. Additionally, she has trained, implemented, and presented to educators in districts and at national conferences, and currently works with local schools on using virtual reality in the classroom. In her spare time, she volunteers with Junior Achievement, Girl Scouts, and youth sports.

Geraldine Stevens has dedicated her entire career to HMH and its implementation efforts by creating correlations to state standards, writing custom publications, and designing district pacing guides. Additionally, she has trained, implemented, and presented to educators in districts and at national conferences, and currently works with local schools on using virtual reality in the classroom. In her spare time, she volunteers with Junior Achievement, Girl Scouts, and youth sports.

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Geraldine Stevens
Director of Social Studies and World Languages Product Marketing
February 09, 2015