Tricia Schlicht is the Program Administrator for the 10 Sped initial and additional licensure program and the Project Teaching initial and additional licensure program. She joined Educate-WI in November 2019. Tricia holds a Bachelor's Degree in Hospitality Management from Ferris State University. Prior to joining the Educate-WI team, Tricia was an Administrative Assistant for the School District of New Richmond's Curriculum Department for seven years and the Program Coordinator for NEMCSA's Early Head Start program for five years.
Tricia and her husband have two children in college. In her free time she enjoys photography, cooking, reading and visiting with family & friends.
Maggie joined the Educate-WI team in November 2022. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Before joining Educate-WI, Maggie spent her career in Early Childhood working first as a Preschool teacher, an Enrollment Specialist, and as an Operations Coordinator in Early Learning programs in the state of Minnesota.
Maggie and her husband have one son. In her free time she enjoys baking, decorating, working on home projects, and spending time with family and friends.
Erin is the Program Director for Educate-WI. She holds a Bachelor's Degree and Certification in Special Education through UW-Eau Claire, a Master's in Reading from Concordia University, and Certification as Director of Pupil Services and Principal from Viterbo University. Erin was previously the Director of Student Services in the Hudson School District and has 15 years of experience as a special education teacher at the elementary and middle school levels. She has been an instructor in the 10 Sped program since 2019.
Erin and her husband have two children who keep them busy with events and activities. In her free time she enjoys cooking, traveling, and camping with her family.
Linda Maitrejean, Ed.D., is the CEO for Educate-WI. She holds a Bachelor's Degree and certifications in Learning Disabilities and Elementary Education from UW-Eau Claire, a Master's Degree in Educational Administration and certification as Director of Special Education and Pupil Services from UW-Superior, and a Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership from St. Mary's University. She holds additional certifications in Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities and Director of Instruction. Linda was a special education teacher for twelve years prior to moving into administration in 2000. She has taught adult basic education courses for four years in addition to teaching graduate level courses for over twelve years. Linda became of the owner of Educate-WI in 2017.
Linda and her husband have three children. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, cooking, canoeing, boating, playing guitar, painting and spending time with family and friends.