Meet the Social Emotional Learning Support Teacher

Kiley Murphy

Mrs. MurphyI grew up in Massachusetts until I moved to Baltimore County in 8th grade and graduated from Bryn Mawr.  My passion for special education began at an early age when I became a volunteer and swim coach for Special Olympics.  I continued my education at the University of Delaware where I received my Bachelors in Early Childhood Education and Masters in Exceptional Children and Youth, with a concentration in autism and severe disabilities.  In May of 2018, I graduated from Johns Hopkins University receiving a Masters in School Administration and Supervision.  I began my career as a Special Education Teacher in 2012 in Delaware and I am joining the Timonium Elementary team from Kennedy Krieger where I spent 3 years, initially as a Special Education Teacher and most recently, as a Curriculum and Assessment Specialist. I have worked with many wonderful students and professional colleagues and am very excited to join the TES team as the Social Emotional Learning teacher!