Sharon F. Cramer
Sharon F. Cramer, Ph.D. is a Distinguished Service Professor at Buffalo State College, where she has been a member of the Exceptional Education faculty since 1985. Her prior experience includes chairing the Exceptional Education Department and leadership roles in state and national professional organizations, including serving as President of the New York State Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, and Publications Chair of the Division of Developmental Disabilities 1997-2001. In 2003, she received the Burton Blatt Humanitarian Award from the Division of Developmental Disabilities of the Council for Exceptional Children.
Her publications include a forthcoming publication (2006) by Corwin Press of The Special Educator’s Guide to Collaboration: Improving Relationships with Co-Teachers, Teams and Families, which is a 2nd edition of Collaboration: A Success Strategy for Special Educators (published by Allyn & Bacon in 1998) and “Keys to Successful Collaboration”in M. Lupi & S. Martin (eds.) Special Women, Special Leaders: Special Educators and the Challenge of Leadership Roles, published in 2005 by Peter Lang. Further information about her can be found at her web site, www.sharoncramer.com
A sought-after presenter, Dr. Cramer has given over 100 presentations and keynotes in 20 states and Canada. She completed her Ph.D. studies at New York University, earned an M.A.T. degree from Harvard University and a B. A. from Tufts University. She is listed in Who’s Who in America (60th edition, 2006) and Who’s Who in American Education (60th edition, 2006).