Aimee Ross is a nationally award-winning educator* and aspiring writer who’s been teaching high school English at her alma mater in Loudonville, Ohio, for the past twenty-six years. Permanent Marker: A Memoir, is her first book (KiCam Projects, March 2018).
Aimee has had the following essays published online:
- 9 Things I learned about Teaching Writing, Teachers Discovery Blog, February 2019
- “The Ghosts of Grief,” The Grief Dialogues Blog, December 2018
- “Cross Purposes,” The Manifest Station, June 2018
- “How a Daughter Helped Her Mother Face Death: Finding Truth at Mortality’s Threshold,” Next Avenue, January 2018
- “Crossing,” Six Hens, Issue 4, March 2016
- “Teaching the Holocaust: An Ohio educator finds passionate opposition from some surprising corners,” Teaching Tolerance, Issue 28, Fall 2005
She has also had essays published in Grief Dialogues: The Book, Stories on Love and Loss (Grief Dialogues, 2018), Beauty around the World: A Cultural Encyclopedia (ABC-Clio, 2017), Nine Lives: A Life in Ten Minutes Anthology (Chop Suey Books Books, 2017), Scars: An Anthology (Et Alia Press, 2015), and Today I Made a Difference: A Collection of Inspirational Stories from America’s Top Educators (Adams Media, 2009). Aimee completed her MFA in Creative Non-Fiction Writing at Ashland University in 2014.
Aimee’s passion for learning and teaching about the Holocaust has led to fellowships and study tours, published study guides and lessons (online and print), and numerous presentations, both nationally and internationally. She was a Regional Educator for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for ten years.
Aimee lives in rural Ohio with her very own Prince-Charming-husband, Jackson, Zoey & Bruno (their bull-breed dogs) and Izzy & Cami (their cats). Together, they have five children, one granddaughter, and another grandchild on the way. (What? Do I have to add ‘Granny’ to my signature now, too?)
*National Teachers Hall of Fame Finalist, 2019; National Teachers Hall of Fame Finalist, 2018; Time Warner Cable National Teacher Awards, 2009; and DisneyHAND American Teacher Awards, 2004