About Elizabeth Feingold


Elizabeth Feingold, M.Ed., founder of Special Education Advocacy and Consultation Services – SEAC – is a skilled, caring, and accomplished special educator, advocate and consultant with a distinguished 31-year career of success in developing student-focused learning environments.

Highly regarded in her field, Elizabeth has worked as a special educator and case manager in New Hampshire, where she has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels. For 17 of those years, she was Special Education Department chair, and later Special Services Coordinator, at the high school where she taught.

She has taught English in adult education environments since 2003 and was named a Lead Teacher in 2012. In 2013, Elizabeth was appointed by the NH Department of Education as the state’s Adult Education Diploma Mentor, and in that role she provides training and support to other New Hampshire adult educators.

Elizabeth has presented on a wide variety of topics. Some of these topics include understanding mental health issues in the classroom setting, adult education training, suicide prevention, transition, inclusionary strategies and collaborative teaching.

Since 2013, Elizabeth has also written a popular monthly column for Parenting NH magazine, providing guidance and insights on a wide range of issues related to special and regular education.

Elizabeth maintains New Hampshire Department of Education certifications in Learning Disabilities and General Special Education.

Elizabeth is known for her commitment and passion for ensuring the most comprehensive services, educational opportunities, and supports for the students and individuals she has taught and represents.