802 885 8331 info@neoti.org

Program Administration

Greg Runyan


(802) 289-9157

Contact for: Partnerships, Professional Development for your school

Jennifer Fribush

Coordinator of Professional Development

(802) 245-4368

Contact for: Enrolling in classes, Questions about classes offered, Pricing, Getting your OTS endorsement, Vermont Licensing, Workshops, Conferences, Trouble with website, Trouble accessing classes


Nancy Goodrich

Director of Operations

(802) 885-8331

Contact for: Billing, Invoices, paying by credit card


Kelsey Christensen

Technical Support/Coordinator for Communications

(802) 591-3012

Contact for: Fingerprinting, Background Checks, Enrolling in courses

Hannah Farnum

Director of Technology

(802) 885-8358

Contact for: Help Desk questions

Our Course Instructors

Cassandra Papandrea

Adjunct Instructor

Cassandra Papandrea received a bachelor’s degree in English from Castleton University. She has been teaching 9-12 Language Arts at VTVLC since 2018, in courses such as AP Language and Composition, Gothic Literature, Lord of the Rings, and more.

Julie Parah

Adjunct Instructor

Julie started teaching Mathematics at Green Mountain Union High School in Chester, VT in 2006, and at VTVLC in 2011.  Julie holds an MSE in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and transitioned to teaching after spending 20 years in the telecommunications industry.  She earned her Vermont teaching license and 7-12 Math Endorsement through the Peer Review process.  At GM Julie’s teaching assignments have ranged from Middle School Pre-Algebra through AP Calculus; for VTVLC she teaches both Algebra I and Algebra II.  Julie has been a leader at her school in the move toward Proficiency-Based Education as well as the use of technology and blended learning to improve teacher practice and student learning.

Rebecca Lowe

Adjunct Instructor

Rebecca Lowe received her bachelor’s in Secondary Math Education from the University of Maryland College Park and also holds a Master of Education from Goddard College. has been teaching online in some capacity for over 15 years. Currently, Rebecca teaches mathematics courses, including Algebra I and AP Statistics, at VTVLC as well as serving as VTVLC’s registrar. Previously, Rebecca Lowe taught mathematics and served as a school counselor at Lyndon Institute and worked as a curriculum developer at Burke Mountain Academy.