I aim to help improve the knowledge of students year after year,through academics and life skills. Education is the key to success for many people and it will help provide economically to society
I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology before going on to receive my Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration.
I am a scholar at heart because school has been in my life since I was a little girl. My family told me that I always kept a book in my hand. Reading is a hobby of mine and I want to teach others.
I taught in the Harrison School District as a substitute teacher for 2 years. I also volunteered in children’s ministry for 11 years in different churches, and worked at a local daycare. I enjoy working with students in one-on-one environments and watching them learn.
In college, I was a mentor, student government, cheerleader, leadership opportunities, and dean and president list-for great grades. In High School, I was a cheerleader, volunteered at different places, and honor student.