Dr. Danielle Hamblin joined the Flemington-Raritan School District as the Director of Pupil Personnel Services & Special Education on November 18, 2019.
Prior to Flemington, Dr. Hamblin served in the capacity of the Director of Special Services in Sparta, New Jersey, since 2015. Previous to Sparta she served for five years in Randolph, New Jersey, as a PK-5 principal initially, and was promoted to the Director of Special Services in 2012. Prior, Dr. Hamblin was a K-5 elementary principal in Great Meadows, New Jersey, and had also held the positions of Assistant Principal and Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction in Hope, NJ. Dr. Hamblin was a K-8 teacher for 10 years in Hunterdon County before beginning her administrative experiences in 2005. Dr. Hamblin was awarded Teacher of the Year in 1996 and an award of excellence for her Doctoral Dissertation on the implementation of a formalized rounding model within a Department of Special Education. She was elected as the President of the New Jersey Association of Pupil Services Administrators (NJAPSA) in June 2021.
Dr. Hamblin received her Doctorate in Education with a concentration in Special Education from Caldwell College and her Educational Leadership from Fairleigh Dickinson. She has a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College and an Early Childhood Education degree from Elizabethtown College. Dr. Hamblin is an adjunct professor for Centenary University where she teaches graduate level courses in special education. Dr. Hamblin lives in Warren County, New Jersey, with her husband Loren, two children Colin and Kyle, and dogs Riley and Madeline. She grew up in Whitehouse Station and attended high school at Hunterdon Central.