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Our Team

Jacquelyn Gordon, Ph.D. is a graduate of Howard University, and has worked twenty-one years as a school psychologist in PGCPS. Dr. Gordon also holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology.  

Linda Gaskill, M.Ed. is a graduate of Howard University and a veteran practitioner with over 35 years of experience. She began her career in the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), and joined the staff in Prince George’s County, Maryland (a suburb of the District of Columbia) in 2002. A talent for collaborative care and adept at partnering with education teams, parents and other critical figures, she enjoys providing consultative services, professional staff development, and parent workshops to address the needs of the “whole” child and better serve her school communities. Mrs. Gaskill has been a conference speaker with various colleagues, both nationally and internationally on topics ranging from the disproportionate representation of minorities in special education to stress management in the workplace, and parental support of youngsters with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders. 

Kelsie Reed, Ph.D., NCSP is a first year school psychologist who graduated from Loyola University Chicago. Dr. Reed is passionate about advancing educational equity through practice, research, and policy work.

Enid Amos, M.A., NCSP  is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) with 30+ years of experience.  Mrs. Amos has worked for several public school agencies as well as for the Tennessee Department of Education, Special Education Division.  Mrs. Amos’ area of interests’ includes the disproportionality of students from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds in special education, promoting parent/school/community partnerships, and public policy.  

Louise Davis, MS, NCSP, has worked as a school psychologist for students grades K through 12 for 16 years in both Maryland and California.

Sarah Regnell, M.A. NCSP has been a school psychologist for 20+ years. She has worked with students, teachers and families from Pre-K through high school in public and non-public schools. 


Jennifer MacLaughlin, PsyS., has been a school psychologist with PGCPS for 14 years. Prior to that she was a 5th and 6th grade teacher for 10 years in Albany, NY. 

Susan Murphy, MA., NCSP.  has been a school psychologist for 25+ years and has a Certificate in School Neuropsychology.  She has worked in several Maryland schools and in New Jersey.  Ms. Murphy has spent the majority of her professional career working with students who have emotional and/or behavioral difficulties.


Stephanie Brunner, Ph.D., NCSP is a fourth-year school psychologist with expertise in serving the early childhood population. Dr. Brunner is interested in promoting young children’s social-emotional development by building capacities of families and early childhood educators and by supporting adults’ mental health. She also works as an adjunct instructor, teaching an online Master’s-level course on positive behavior support in early childhood. 

Claire N. Agard, PhD, NCSP, CCTP holds a doctoral degree in Neuropsychology and a Master’s degree in School Psychology. She also holds a Certificate in School Neuropsychology from the Fielding Graduate School and is a Certified  Clinical Trauma Professional. She’s been employed as a School Psychologist with PGCPS for approximately 30 years, has worked as an adjunct professor as well as an intern and volunteer researcher at the Section on Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, Laboratory of Brain and Cognition at the National Institutes of Health and a consultant in several mental health and educational settings. Dr. Agard’s primary areas of interest are psychoneuroimmunology, anxiety in teens and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.


Ned Kimble, Ph.D., NCSP is a second year school psychologist who graduated from Northeastern University. 


Helen Avigan, Ph.D., has worked as a psychologist for approximately forty years mostly in the area of children and adolescents and mental health and have tried to help them to define and reach their goals.

Peggy Rose, MS., has been a school psychologist for 19 years. Prior to coming to PGCPS four years ago, she worked primarily with students who have emotional and/or behavioral difficulties for 15 years in several schools in Baltimore City Public School System.


Mark Simms, Ed.S, is a graduate of James Madison University, and has been a school psychologist with PGCPS for 19 years. He also holds an MSDE approved Administrator I Certification. Mark has taught General Psychology courses as an adjunct professor. He has also taught online courses related to Trauma and the Brain. Mark is the Chair of the Multicultural Committee within the office of Psychological Services. Additional focuses include the Our Youth Matters Program and racism and social justice. 

Yaya Abangma, M.A., NCSP is a first-year school psychologist who received her Master’s Degree from Towson University. Ms. Abangma is interested in creating safe spaces in which students feel supported and capable of coping with everyday struggles in a healthy, productive manner. 


Jenadra Harvey, M. Ed., is a first-year school psychologist who graduated from Howard University. 

Amanda Mercer, Psy.S., NCSP, is a graduate of University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and Gallaudet University and specializes in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing populations.  She has been employed as a School Psychologist with PGCPS for over 15 years and has also taught numerous courses related to trauma.

Erica Chandler, M.S., NCSP, received her Master’s Degree from St. John’s University, Queens, NY and graduated with her Bachelor’s from Towson University. She has been employed as a School Psychologist with PGCPS for over 14 years. She is a Certified (Youth and Adult) Mental Health First Aid Instructor.  She has worked on Maryland’s Children’s Mental Health Matters Campaign since 2013 and acts as the local liaison for PGCPS. Mrs. Chandler was recognized as the 2016 School Psychologist of the Year by the Maryland School Psychologists’ Association. 

Robert J. Marino M.S. NCSP, ABSNP.  Robert is a nationally certified school psychologist and school neuropsychologist.  He has 39 years of experience in the field of school psychology, and is in his 30th year as a staff psychologist for PGCPS working with children at all educational levels from the Infants and Toddlers program through high school.