Maribeth Rogers Neale currently holds the position of health and physical education curriculum leader with the Department of Education Early Learning and Culture. She has 14 years’ experience teaching physical education, health and science and has been fortunate to teach in 4 countries across grades K-12 in the public sector. Maribeth is currently responsible for researching, writing, piloting and implementing curriculum as well as planning and delivering professional learning for Prince Edward Island physical education and health educators.
Maribeth is the Past President of the PEI Physical Education Association and has served on the PHE National Council of Provinces & Territories. Currently, she is an executive member for the PEI School Athletic Association, a member of the School Milk Board, serve on the Steering Committee for the PEI Student Well Being Teams, and the PEI Child Sexual Abuse Committee.
Maribeth is passionate about health and physical education as a parent, coach, educator, volunteer, researcher, and policymaker. She is a lover of outdoors and healthy relationships and happily living in Stratford, PEI with her husband and two daughters.