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Susan MayPhone: 512.475.7137

Dana Center Role

Susan works on secondary mathematics course programs, assessment, and professional development. In this work, she authors and manages the content development for online course programs and assessment tools in collaboration with Agile Mind, Inc. Susan is the lead program coordinator for Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus, and Transition to College Mathematics and supports other high school and middle school course programs as well as the Academic Youth Development program. 

Before Joining the Dana Center

Susan worked as an education consultant, with much of her work focusing on the development and implementation of Agile Mind services. Before working as a consultant, she served as a research associate at the Center, working on the development of the Advanced Placement Program Mathematics Vertical Teams Toolkit. Susan was also involved in the development of several high school TEXTEAMS institutes and assessment trainings and taught high school mathematics in Austin for seven years.


M.A., Mathematics, The University of Texas at Austin

B.S., Secondary Education, Texas A&M University

Coauthored Professional Development Sessions

Supporting Implementation of the College Prep Mathematics Course: Improving College Readiness for Texas Students

Using Formative Assessment to Enhance Instructional Decision Making

Learning and the Adolescent Mind

Academic Youth Development Professional Development

STAAR Algebra II

Algebra II and Beyond


TEXTEAMS Algebra II and Precalculus

Selected Presentations

Supporting success in Advanced Placement®Calculus. Presented at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), Houston, TX (July 2018).

Focus on congruence mappings. Presented at CAMT, Fort Worth, TX (July 2017).

The college prep math course: Challenges and opportunities. Presented at CAMT, Fort Worth, TX (July 2017).

Creating meaningful assessments with technology-enhanced items. Presented at the 49th National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX (April 2017).

A transformational approach to geometry. Presented at CAMT, San Antonio, TX (June 2016).

Transitioning “non-ready” high school students to college. Presented at CAMT, San Antonio, TX (June 2016).

Professional Memberships

Austin Area Teachers of Mathematics

National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics

Texas Association of Supervisors of Mathematics