Dr. Jamie Britton earned an undergraduate degree in Sociology from the Pennsylvania State University. He went on to earn his Masters of Science degree in Counselor Education through Western Maryland College, and eventually a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University.
Mrs. K. Tina Howe began working at the York Suburban High School in August 1997. Prior to coming to Suburban, Mrs. Howe worked for South Western School District for one year as a long term substitute in the high school and middle school guidance offices. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology from Bloomsburg University and a Master of Science in Counselor Education from Western Maryland College. Mrs. Howe is the Guidance Department Chair.
Ms. Karen Forrer started her career as a School Counselor in Maryland in 1996. She moved to Pennsylvania and began working at York Suburban High School in 2001. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from James Madison University in 1989 and a Master of Education in Counseling from Bowie State University in 1995.
Ms. Suzann Pranaitis began working as a School Counselor at York Suburban High School in August, 1998. Prior to joinging York Suburban High School, she worked as a School Counselor for nine years at the Central York High School. Her educational achievements include earning a Masters Degree in Educational Counseling and a Masters Degree in Educational Administration from Shippensburg University. Additionally, she earned a Bachelor's Degreee in Criminology and a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Prior to working in the field of educational counseling, Ms. Pranaitis worked as a community social worker with delinquent and dependent adolescents.