Selma Curry-Harrison joined the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship as program director for the Baltimore affiliate's 24 schools that use the curriculum. Middle and high school students learn how to start businesses through NFTE classes.
The Catonsville resident previously worked for Montgomery County Public Schools.
She was also a longtime special education teacher.
Curry-Harrison launched the National Academy of Finance at Patterson High School before retiring as an administrator with Baltimore City Public Schools.