I have worked as a classroom teacher for fifteen (15) years and as a Guidance Counselor for fourteen (14) years. I started my teaching career at Hawksbill High School in Grand Bahama, then moved to Central Andros High School, my alma mater. I later served at L.W. Young Junior/Senior High School, Doris Johnson Senior High School, C.V. Bethel Senior High School, C. I. Gibson Senior High School and I am currently posted at the Transitional Alternative Program for Students (T.A.P.S.). I have interacted with students from all strata of society. I am presently serving as a Guidance Counselor and is employed by the Ministry of Education. As department head and grade level counselor, I have worked tirelessly implementing programs to help students realize their full potential. I enjoy working with teenagers and get much joy out of helping them become responsible and productive citizens.
My teaching style is the Student-Centered Approach which affords students the opportunity for Inquiry-Based Learning and Cooperative Learning
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I completed my graduate studies at Kent State University in collaboration with the now, University of The Bahamas, obtaining a Master of Education in School Counseling. My Bachelor of Science degree is in Secondary Education from Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia. I obtained my high school education at Central Andros High School, Andros, Bahamas.
I am a member of Holy Cross Anglican Church where I serve as an usher. My favorite scripture verses are Romans 8:28, “For all things work together for good to those who love The Lord, for those who are called according to His purpose.” Ephesians 3:20 “Now unto Him, that can do exceedingly, abundantly above all that we ask or think, or imagine.” My hobbies include traveling, reading and gardening.