About me

Like others in my profession, my first classroom was in my bedroom with lined up stuffed animal pupils eagerly hanging on my ever word.  But it was not until I was ready to cash in my freshly sharpened pencils for a life as a businesswoman that I became a teacher. One internship led me all the way to Africa where I came face to face with my fate...I am a teacher. Small check be damned!

Changing paradigms, shifting populations, more policy fluctuations, new buzz words and recycled ideas can be an avalanche of stress if you let it. I don't.  Stay on the edge of progress with me and together we can navigate it all.  


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