Cynthia Sorsaia serves as a Coordinator in the Office of Student Supports & Well Being at the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE). She brings 28 years of experience from the education field with a strong focus on Early
Childhood, Elementary, and Literacy. Cynthia is a National Board-Certified Teacher in Literacy: Reading-Language Arts-Early and Middle Childhood. She is one of two Coordinators at the WVDE who support and ensure the Communities In Schools model in West Virginia is implemented with fidelity. Cynthia's current position has provided her a platform to share the many things she has learned throughout her career with those who have direct impact in removing barriers for students across West Virginia.
Tracy Komorowski serves as a Coordinator at the West Virginia Department of Education in the Office of Student Support and Well-being. In her role at WVDE, she works primarily on the successful implementation and expansion of Communities In Schools across the state of West Virginia. Tracy has over 18 years of educational and leadership experience in a variety of roles at both the state and local levels. She holds a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Development, a master's degree in Literacy Education, and is working towards an Ed. D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a Leadership focus all from Marshall University. She resides in Huntington, West Virginia with her husband, their son, and two bad cats.