Meredith Gramlich, MA
Center for Transition and Career Innovation (CTCI)
Ms. Gramlich is a Senior Faculty Specialist at the Center for Transition and Career Innovation (CTCI) at the University of Maryland. She is the Coordinator for TerpsEXCEED, UMD’s inclusive post-secondary education program. She has a master's degree in Transition Special Education, Secondary Vocational Programming and Business-Education Partnerships, and teacher certification from George Washington University. Meredith brings extensive experience promoting business-education partnerships, work-based learning opportunities, customized employment solutions, and model transition services. Throughout her career she has provided training, technical assistance, and direct service to facilitate competitive integrated employment for youth and adults with disabilities for model demonstration projects including Way2Work Maryland, Maryland PROMISE, Maryland Customized Employment Partnership, Maryland Transition Initiative, and Bridges... from School to Work. Meredith began her career promoting creative strategies for independence with her sister who lives in a supported living situation and worked for 30 years in a customized, community-based job.
Watson Fellow, 1990
Moving Maryland Forward
Maryland Customized Employment Partnership
Maryland Transition Initiative
CHSE 389, TerpsEXCEED Independent Study, Spring 2022, Co-teaching with Amy D'Agati
CHSE 200, College Success and Life Planning, Fall 2021, Co-teaching with Amy D'Agati
Summer 2, Co-Teaching with Ellen Fabian, EDCP 668A, IH14 (3 cr) course during summer session II. Course dates are 7/11/2018 to 8/17/2018; 7/8/2019 to 8/16/2019.