Sue Torr has served as Principal at The Mount Washington School since July 2008. She has over 25 years of experience as a Maryland educator with experience in directing program initiatives and support services to maximize teaching and learning as well as a proven record demonstrating a firm commitment to students resulting in accelerated achievement. She has served students, grades Pre-K to 12, as Special Assistant to the Superintendent for Reading in Anne Arundel Public Schools, Coordinator of Curriculum at the Maryland State Department of Education as well as principal of two large elementary schools.
Mrs. Torr currently teaches a course at Johns Hopkins University for aspiring school administrators. She has a bachelor’s degree in education from Bethany College in West Virginia and a master’s degree in education from Loyola College. She serves on the Board of Directors for two organizations focused on helping the homeless in the Baltimore community: Doorstep Organization and the Helping Up Mission.
Danielle Tillman-Cromartie has taught in New York City, the District of Columbia, and Baltimore City Public School Systems. Mrs. Cromartie has worked as a teacher, an instructional coach and assistant principal prior to joining the Mount Washington School. She is a certified elementary educator, reading specialist and school administrator. Mrs. Cromartie holds a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from North Carolina Central University, a Master’s of Education in Reading from Towson University and a Graduate Certificate in Administration and Leadership from Johns Hopkins University.