Our President


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Our Staff
Elaine Ranieri

Elaine Ranieri, a consultant with DKH, has been an educator for over 32 years. Twenty-four (24) of those years were spent teaching mathematics in schools in Florida, Texas, and Louisiana. During her last twelve years in the classroom, she gained experience in magnet program development, curriculum development, and recruitment as a founding staff member for 3 different magnet programs: a middle school gifted magnet, a middle school math/science/technology magnet, and a high school wellness and medical magnet.

Following her career as a classroom teacher, Elaine spent seven years working in the MSAP grant management office for Pinellas County Schools. While in this office, she had the opportunity to work on three different MSAP grant cycles, first as a Curriculum/Recruiting Specialist and later as Project Director. These grants supported the development of eight magnet programs: one middle school Global and Communications Studies magnet and seven elementary magnets – Journalism, Marine Science, MicroSociety®, Montessori, Engineering & Mathematics, IB Primary Years Programme, and Medical Science and Wellness.

She has been an associate with DKH Consulting since 2007, assisting with the evaluation of magnet schools throughout the United States.

Phone: (727) 647-3384
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Karla Fawbush

Karla Fawbush is an education consultant who works with districts to design, fund and evaluate their programs. She is the former director of magnet schools in a seven district consortium in Minnesota, where some of her responsibilities included working on grant applications, managing funded grants, and completing federally required project reports and annual evaluations.

Ms. Fawbush collaborated with school-based personnel and central office staff to implement high quality magnet school programs supported by best practices, and served as the liaison between the magnet office and the seven districts to ensure that the appropriate district, building and community support was provided to each program.

After graduating with degrees in French, English and journalism, Ms. Fawbush taught secondary education, wrote French textbooks and ancillary materials, received several national fellowships, and served as a curriculum coordinator. She earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Minnesota and an Education Specialist in administration degree from the University of St. Thomas.


Phone: (763) 300-1657
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